Finger ShortCuts App is a utility for people who like to get the most out of their android smartphone. With the help of the tool, you can configure shortcuts by using intuitive gestures to run applications and even change gadget settings. If you ever wondered what the multitouch screen of your gadget could serve for more than just static click shortcuts, the Finger ShortCuts App demonstrates that there are endless possibilities when the gesture recognition technology joins the smartphone features.
The application interface is simple, a bit old-fashioned and has translation errors, which can depart some people right away. However, the gesture configurator is easy to use and works perfectly.
The large number of shortcuts and features that can be associated will surprise you. You can run any app installed on your system to enable or disable a feature, such as WiFi and Bluetooth, for example, and to call a contact.
The only thing that really bothers a bit is the sphere located at the upper right of the display that serves to activate the canvas, as the icon is always on top of any other program.
To begin, you should click on "Your finger gestures" and then "Add finger gesture".
You must give a name for the shortcut and draw on the screen three times the desired gesture.
Finally, the application provides a list of options such as "Open Application", "Switch System Settings On/Off", "Simulate Home Button" etc..
To enable recognition of gestures, just click the circular icon located in the upper right of the display and draw on the screen of the programmed shortcuts.
- It is easy to configure gestures.
- Shortcuts can trigger many features apart from applications.
- Antiquated interface and translation errors
- Icon overlay on top-right side is always visible.