GMD GestureControl Lite root

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    GMD GestureControl Lite root

    by: 4.2K 8.4

    8.4 Users



    Control device with MULTITOUCH and MULTITASK gestures similar to iPad. Works in all applications.

    This is Lite version of GMD GestureControl.

    Android 7.0 (Nougat) support added in version 10.0.0

    "For those who tend to get tired of Android's status bar, or just want more intuitive gesture-based controls on their tablet, this app is definitely worth a shot." - Android Police

    Try Lite version before you buy
    Requires root access

    Multitask - start any application, shortcut or custom action without leaving current application
    Custom actions - LaunchPad, Start application, Previous Application, Next application, Home, Kill current application, Back, Forward, Recent application list, Recent application dialog, Menu, Notification Panel, Hide/Show status bar, Start launcher shorcut(bookmark, contacts, settings, etc), Start Tasker task, Pause gestures, Exit, Screen Off (lock), Alt+Tab, Music Play/Next/Previous, Volume, Search, Voice Search, Select Input Method.
    Swipe 4 fingers right - open previous application
    Swipe 4 fingers left - open next application
    Expand 4 fingers - LaunchPad (dialog with your applications, shortcut or custom action)
    Pinch 4 fingers - Home gesture
    Swipe 3 fingers down - Back gesture
    Swipe 3 fingers up - Bottom recent applications bar
    Swipe 4 fingers up - Hide/Show status bar (experimental)
    Custom gestures - create your own gestures to start any application, shortcut or custom action

    Please don't post your problems in market, email me or go post to XDA, thanks:

    If your device is listed as unsupported, please read FAQ in Help tab. If it still do not work, contact me by email:

    Description: This application allows you to control tablet with gestures.
    Swipe 4 fingers up to hide status bar. Do same gesture again to restore bar.
    Swipe 4 fingers right to open previous application.
    Swipe 4 fingers left to open next application.
    Pinch with 4 fingers anywhere on screen to return to home screen from any application.
    Swipe 3 fingers down to execute back action in any application.
    Swipe 3 fingers up to show custom bottom bar with recent applications.
    Expand 4 fingers anywhere on screen to open LaunchPad dialog. It allows start your most often used applications, shortcuts or custom actions anywhere anytime with simple gesture.
    Works in all applications, games and browsers.
    Application will use freed space when you hide status bar. Some games even work better with status bar hidden.
    There is an option to switch to single touch gestures if its more convenient. You can even create your own gestures for any action.

    Full version adds following features: option to hide notification icon, custom gestures and special actions, any number of actions in LaunchPad.

    Tags: gmd gesturecontrol , hidebar swipe back , gesture control lite , gesture control root , forum ics hide bar , gesture control ice hide taskbar , gesturecontrol root , gmd gesturecontrol lite , gesture taskbar

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    Users comments

    Rocky Mehta

    by Rocky Mehta

    Jun 08, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Not working on oneplus 2 with RR

    Choo Zhe Jun

    by Choo Zhe Jun

    May 25, 2017  |  "Great"

    This app is good! However, should include more actions such as toggle Aeroplane Mode, adjust brightness, toggle Mobile Data etc...!

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    May 23, 2017  |  "Awesome"


    A Google user

    by A Google user

    May 11, 2017  |  "Good"

    Bat app

    Gerard Goddard

    by Gerard Goddard

    May 11, 2017  |  "Poor"

    It seems to work for some, but it didn't work for my Note 8.0 on 4.4.2 touchwiz. i tried EVERYTHING: make it a system app with Titanium Backup / enable notifications on Settings / enable as 'Resident' in Xposed App Settings... Nothing! it stops working randomly after minutes or hours! Ended up creating a Tasker job to kill it and restart it from a shortcut in the Desktop but eventually got tired of killing it so uninstalled for good. A pity!

    Airidas Airidas

    by Airidas Airidas

    May 10, 2017  |  "OK"

    Stuck in "Full screen mode" even after uninstalling this app