Virtual SoftKeys (no root)

4.2
2.04K reviews
500K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Design for tablet of having hardware button.

Features:
* As system navigation bar
* No any extra permission
* Support stylus (Samsung S-pen , ASUS Z stylus ...etc)

這個應用程式使用了"協助工具服務"來調用系統的home、back和recent按鈕
除此之外並沒有其他的用途,請安心使用!
This application use the "accessibility service" to call the system home , back and recent button.
I don't use it to get extra info. Don't worry about it and the Open source is :
https://github.com/DaxiaK/VirtualSoftKeys
Updated on
Feb 20, 2018

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Ratings and reviews

4.2
2.04K reviews
Toni Ristolainen
September 8, 2019
Excellent app for a device with broken softkeys. May I suggest a countdown timer which starts counting after last press (resets with every press on the bar). Now the bar disappears after set seconds and it often happens just when I'm about to press one of the keys. So that it would stay visible as long as I keep pressing plus set seconds. Alternatively the bar could be thinner so that I can keep it on permanently. Anyhow, a lifesaver as it is. Thanks!
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Rick _
February 9, 2019
Works great! One suggestion: add a toggle to leave the activation area colours turned on all the time - - would make it easier during setup and testing with different apps. Edit: Another request: Ability to adjust the spacing between the buttons, ability to move the button group to the left or right side of the screen. That would make them more thumb-friendly on tablets.
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AJ C
June 9, 2019
OK but Some bugs. *It interferes with the keyboard making lower keys (space bar, return, comma etc unresponsive). *Sometimes the soft keys dont dissappear when programmed, they hang on screen requiring use of device keys to remove *No way of disabling. ie no on or off switch. You have to uninstall completely if you just want to switch off for a while.
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