Virtual SoftKeys (no root)

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About this app

Design for tablet of having hardware button.

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

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 :
Updated on
Feb 20, 2018

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1.96K reviews
A Google user
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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July 5, 2023
i have an old phone. android 7. it came out 5 years ago and although i wouldnt consider it "old" myself, some apps—cough cough instagram and youtube—have been discontinued on my device because the developers want to earn as much money as possible, so according to them android 7 is old. it works just funny except one occasional bug it has where the navigation bar stops working. this app is buggy—which is why i rate 4 stars—but wonderful! very customizable. thank you so much for not adding ads.
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A Google user
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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