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    Published: 2015-03-30, by .

    Control your music and calls with gestures using your phones sensor.

    5.9
    • Good 'how to use' explanation
    • Good set of options
    • Too finicky

    "Control Your Music With Gestures"

    THE VERDICT

    Wave Control is about as good as gesture control apps get. It has a good explanation on how to use it, and lots of set up options. However like all gesture control apps, it just doesn't work all that well - the little light sensor on your phone requires you to get your hand far to close to register waves properly.

    THE PROS

    As gesture control apps go, this one is good, It has a great explanation on how to use it, and plenty of set up and customization options.

    THE CONS

    Because of the way the app works, using your phones light sensor, it just doesn't work very well. It's far to finicky, to the point where it would be much faster to just unlock your phone and hit play.

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    Oliver

    by Oliver

    Mar 30, 2015

    Description

    Control your music and video playback and calls with waves of your hand over your phone. No touching required. Control music with the screen off too.

    Works with your favorite music/streaming and video apps.

    Get air gestures today on the phone you have now.

    One of Lifehacker's Best Android Apps 2012
    One of PC World's Best Android Apps 2012 (so far)

    NEW: For GALAXY Note 3 and GALAXY S5, additional Left/Right/Up/Down gestures available

    This version has purchasable upgrades to pick and choose features as they become available. Pro version gives all current and future features at no additional cost.

    Known Issues:
    Galaxy Ace, Y, and Fit: Try a different music app for the list further down.
    If Screen Off not working - Turn on Device Admin in Settings

    *Check the Player Compatibility List further down*

    Great for:
    At your desk - No need to turn on the screen or unlock to change songs
    Driving - Don't take your eyes off the road to change songs
    Cooking - Control your music with your hands covered in dough
    Cleaning - Don't worry about getting dirt and grime all over your screen
    Eating - Don't worry about smearing all that burger juice on your phone
    Working Out- Don't fall off the treadmill trying to unlock your phone

    As seen on:
    Lifehacker
    http://lifehac.kr/J9lnJH
    Huffington Post
    http://huff.to/HXTU84
    TWiT's AAA
    http://bit.ly/J7ANty

    Easy to use, just wave your hand over the sensor (usually located just next to the earpiece).
    Holding it there (hover) - Pause/Resume
    One wave across - Next Song
    Two waves across - Previous Song
    Three times - Enable/Disable the controls

    Languages:
    If you would like to help put Wave Control in your native language, please email me!

    Many Thanks to the following translators!!
    Spanish - Rodrigo
    Turkish - Erdem Arslan
    Chinese (Simplified) - George
    Hungarian - David Benedek (www.benedekdavid.info)
    Polish - Marcin

    Be sure to enable Headset Button Control in your player of choice

    Player Compatibility List:
    Any Music app that supports "Headset Controls" includes all the most popular apps.

    Some Notes:
    Tip for the hover gesture: if you move your hand away too quickly it'll register a wave
    After an action, there is a delay before another gesture will be registered
    Practice your wave techniques in the "Last Action" section
    If you're getting another player responding to the commands, use the Set Target Media App setting

    *IMPORTANT*
    The sensor WILL behave differently on different phones. I don't have the resources test on every phone. If there is a problem, please email me to give me a chance to fix it out before leaving a bad review!

    Permissions Needed:
    Wake Lock: To work when the screen is off
    Read Phone State: To switch modes when phone is ringing or in-call
    Internet: For Ad Supported Version
    Access Network State: For Ad Supported Version
    Access Coarse Location: This is not GPS -- For Ad Supported Version
    Write External Storage: For Ad Supported Version
    Vibrate Used when app not in foreground or screen is off
    Write Settings: For Screen Toggle On/Off action
    Billing: For Upgrades Store
    Get Tasks: For Recent Apps and Cycle Apps actions
    Call Phone: For Call Controls functionality
    Modify Audio Settings: For Speakerphone in call controls
    (Optional) This app uses the Device Administrator permission. - Screen Lock: Used as an alternative method to turn off the screen if the default one does not work. It will need to be disabled prior to uninstalling the app if used.

    Developed on a Samsung Galaxy S7

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    "Great"

    8.4

    Users comments for Wave Control

    Herman Dinijanto

    by Herman Dinijanto

    Oct 21, 2017  |  "OK"

    Just tried the app and uninstalled it immediately. Wave gestures have to be close enough to the phone to make it works. Close enough that makes it more effective just to use traditional screen swipe gestures instead. It is also heavy loaded with ads popup, make it difficult to learn (set and try) how things work with this app. Too bad..

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Oct 19, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Hatttt

    Dipak Kumar

    by Dipak Kumar

    Oct 19, 2017  |  "Poor"

    It requires the pro version to use all features

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Oct 19, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Kool still Checking it OuT!! Will let ya know what's up ShortLY!! Thanks

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Oct 16, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Does not work

    Yashvardhan Raj

    by Yashvardhan Raj

    Oct 15, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Badah