Market trends in smartphones are leading to the creation of phones with large screen sizes. A large screen size is a big plus especially if you love watching or gaming. However, it can be a real pain in the ass during navigation to the far top edges of the screen. Now assume you have small hands, I’m pretty sure frustration will kill you. I compiled a list of apps that will help you navigate your screen with ease.
1. Quick Cursor
Largw screens are a pain, especially when you want to reach the top edges. Just as its name suggests, this app works as a cursor to help you navigate through to the top corners. The app has a minimalistic design and is themed red and black. You only have to give it permissions for it to work.
The app will provide you with an area on your screen which provides a cursor on swiping. 2 circles appear on your screen, one being smaller than the other. The small circle will map your movement on the large circle to the top of the screen. You can tap on the large circle to select, just as you would with your finger
Iñ addition to being totally free of charge, the app does not have any irritating ads and their revenue is earned by donations. And in app purchases.
The app is in development mode so rush to the playstore to download your copy.
2. Fingerprint Assistive touch
This one is for the Apple OS users who just turned android and would still love to have assistive touch here. The app is pretty simple to use and quite lightweight. A pretty detailed guide will take you through what you need to do.
The app provides an additional menu for your favorite apps in addition to system controls like volume and broghtness.
3. Navigation Remap buttons and gestures
This one is pretty self explanatory, it helps you remap gestures on your phone. You can set it to take a screenshot when you shake your phone, or play music.
There are plenty of actions to remap and you can try it on your own.