What is Gesture-based Computing
Motion-based(Gesture-based) computing refers to interfaces where the human body communicates with digital resources without utilizing basic info devices, for example, a Keyboard, mouse, Game controller, or voice-sensitive mechanism. Recently, gesture-based computing supports for so many modern Android devices. However, we assume that gesture-based technology will be included more and more on the next Android version of Android 9.0. Read More
GMD Gesture Control Features
- Multitask enable you to start any application, shortcut or custom action without leaving current application.
- Create custom actions such as starting an app, previous app and next app, back to home, kill the current app and so on.
- Get more intuitive gesture-based controls on the tablets
Supported Android Versions
Android 4.0 (ICS) – 8.1 (Android Oreo) supported
How to add custom Gesture Controls
- Root your Android device with a suitable Android Rooting Method (You can use KingRoot, KingoRoot, TowelRoot, iRoot, FramaRoot, Dr.Fone, TunesGoRoot, GeniusRoot, SRS Root, Odin, etc. Before using any of the Android Rooting Method, you need to find the compatibility of Android Rooting tool with your Android Device)
- Download the GMD Gestures Controls.
- Launch the app and grant root permission
- Gesture Controls:
- Swipe 4 fingers right – open previous application
- Swipe 4 fingers left – open next application
- Expand 4 fingers – LaunchPad (dialogue 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
- Custom gestures – create your own gestures to start any application, shortcut or custom action
- 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 the 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 the screen to open LaunchPad dialogue. It allows starting your most often used applications, shortcuts or custom actions anywhere anytime with simple gesture.