1. dapaua1's Avatar
    I want to introduce you this app I made: WidgetShade.

    With WidgetShade you can have your widgets always on hand. Just use the "+" button , or long press any empty space to add a widget. WidgetShade can be called at any moment, and shows as an overlay over your active app.

    To call WidgetShade you have three options.
    Tap the app icon.
    Tap the notification in the notification bar (can be disabled)
    Use the trigger area (can be disabled)
    The trigger area is a white and blue zone that by default appears at the bottom right of your screen, but it can be configured. Tap it or slide your finger over it to activate WidgetShade. In the application settings, you can change the position and size of the trigger area, its visibility, or completely disable it.

    Get it on Google Play.
    04-19-2013 03:42 AM
  2. dapaua1's Avatar
    New Version!

    I completely rebased the program, so now the grid looks nicer (The number of rows and columns). It is now a 5x5 grid, because for some phones you were getting weird grid values like 4x2 or 4x3.
    I hope you like it
    04-21-2013 02:20 AM

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