UbikiTouch allows you to improve all your applications with a gesture.
What can UbikiTouch do for you?
– Use gestures to navigate between your apps or inside your apps
– Automate repetitive tasks
– Choose the menu according to your needs: Pie menu, fluid effect menu or cursor
UbikiTouch has a unique feature: it allows you to define your own actions for each of your favorite applications!
You can thus define an action for each screen of your favorite applications: press a button, select a menu, simulate a swipe, etc. You can even chain actions to complete more complex tasks.
Use case available on this video: https://youtu.be/Vdn6GO4-Nlc
And of course, you can also perform global actions like:
Back button, Recent applications, Home, Bluetooth, Wifi, GPS, Auto-Rotation, Split Screen, Sound, Brightness, Cursor, Launch an application, Launch a shortcut (contact, route, etc.)
The full list is available at the following address: https://ubikitouch.toneiv.eu/faq.html
UbikiTouch is fully configurable
& bull; Up to 15 independent triggers with custom location, size and colors
# bull; Up to 10 actions per trigger
& bull; Choose from four different menus: magpie, curve, wave, slider and customize them according to your needs
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The Pro version offers the following features:
– Ability to define tasks for an unlimited number of applications
– Possibility to define up to 15 independent triggers
– Access to more actions, the possibility of launching an application or a shortcut
– Access to the remote cursor
– Possibility of completely customizing the menu: animation, size, color ….
On these devices, it may be necessary to add UbikiTouch to the list of protected applications. To do this, activate UbikiTouch in the following screen:
[Settings] -> [Advanced settings] -> [Battery manager] -> [Protected apps] -> Enable UbikiTouch
Autostart is disabled by default. Please authorize UbikiTouch in the following screens:
[Settings] -> [Permissions] -> [Autostart] -> Set autostart for UbikiTouch
[Settings] -> [Battery] -> [Battery Saver] – [Choose apps] -> Select [UbikiTouch] -> Select [No restrictions]
Troubleshooting the navigation bar
If you have uninstalled UbikiTouch and without restoring the navigation bar before, you can run this ADB command:
adb shell wm overscan 0,0,0,0