New Android App: Get Your Share of Gesture Based Actions with Finger

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  • 03 Jun 2013
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  • Multitasking apps and other of the sort have become very appreciated among Android users wishing to enhance their productivity. It is true that in this regard the possibilities are endless and the app that developer Carlos Morera de la Chica offers a very interesting concept of switching and activating functions.

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     In case you have a passion for drawing, or simply like to swipe your finger on the screen from time to time Finger may put such actions to good use. The app has been design so it improves not only multitasking but also the way people can activate or deactivate Android related functions. From going back to the previous app, to activating Bluetooth you can assign a gesture for just about your every need.

    Finger offers a very easy to use configuration screen so that you can assign your shortcuts with ease. You can add, modify or delete your gestures but you can also enable / disable “Finger drawer” – which we are about to explain right now. “Finger drawer” is in fact a floating window for which you ca set the level of transparency so that it does not interfere with the normal operations. Here you can draw your assigned gestures in order to activate the specific function. Highly convenient and very neat concept. And another thing – Finger is free on the Play Store.

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