A different type of gesture activated widgets (Video)

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  • 04 Jul 2012
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  • If you are looking for a cool, innovative way to make your widgets appear from any app, then this exactly what you’ve been looking for. The app I’m about to show you has the great potential of becoming a must have for many of you.

    Flick Widgets

    With Flick Widgets you can add up to four four widgets that can be motion activated depending on your personal preference. For the time being there are not a great deal of options available. You can set volume quick controls and People contacts to appear depending on the gesture you set. Let me explain how it works. You first decide which gesture you want to use. Either flick the phone back, forward, left or right. For each you select an action out of the two I mentioned. You can also define the contacts you want to appear. That is it. In the settings menu you can set the app so start automatically, display the status icon and text when you activate a gesture and feedback by vibration. The second tab in the app reveals the recently added Store where you can buy and remove the adds and download other widgets as they become available. The developer has announced lots of new features to come with future updates.

    Widgets that will be available in the Store tab:

    • Toggle widget for WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, etc.
    • Bookmarks widget
    • App shortcuts widget
    • Answer phone with a flick
    • Some other special experimental features…

    Flick Widgets Android

    Download and install Flick Widgets from the Play Store and you can use in-app purchases to get rid of the adds.


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