songyj63

best app for galaxy(You can use nexus with one hand)

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My Gesture

You can find 'My Gesture' in the market

You just stroke a phone with your own gesture mark and the phone will remember where to take you.

Your favorite apps, internet pages, contact numbers by calling or texting people or even your phone settings !!!

- Facebook? Just write 'f'.

- Calling to someone? just add your gesture to call that person or to text other person.

- WI-FI On Off? Let’s make ‘W’ for this.

What can I use?

* Internet URL

* Applications

* Contact auto call, auto message

* Home button

* Silent Mode

* Vibration Mode

* WiFi

* Bluetooth

* GPS

* Auto rotation

How to use is really simple:

1. Select a category from [internet / Application / Contact / Phone Setting ]

2. Select an item from the list

3. Create a gesture for the item

4. Turn on My Gesture (The icon will stay on the top layer when turned on)

5. Click on the icon

6. Draw a gesture

7. The desired app/internet/calling/texting/settings will be available instantaneously!!!

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Would be good to know if this is your app or not. Sounds very well like it could be. Not a problem for me if it is just good to know who's doing the recommending that all.

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Would be good to know if this is your app or not. Sounds very well like it could be. Not a problem for me if it is just good to know who's doing the recommending that all.

He is the owner of the app! If you look at his username here: "songyj63" and the name of developer (on play): YJSong, they seem kinda similar to me! The app might still be good, but ppl should have caution about the recommendation!

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