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Tilt Scroll

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Price: Free

Rating: 3.50/5 (6 votes)


Tilt-Scroll is a revolutionary application for rooted android devices, which adds a system-wide Tilt-to-scroll feature to your phone or tablet, so it works with any application on your device.Tilt-Scroll allows you to make the screen go upwards or downwards or sidewards just by tilting your smartphone .You don't need to wait for your preferred application to implement tilt scrolling feature; All you need is "Tilt Scroll", so get it now.

Free features:* Scroll the screen by tilting your phone. * Scroll vertically and horizontally.* Select a scrollable area (when there is more than one on the screen)* Activate scrolling using the widget which is always available on your screen.* Show the widget by shaking your phone* Activate scrolling by shaking your phone.* You can scroll the screen if it's scrollable, no matter which application is running.* No ads.* Supported languages : Arabic, English, French, German, Spanish.

Pro features:* Adjust the speed of scrolling.

Instructions:* To activate scrolling, you can either click the button "Play" on the widget, or shake your phone.* To start scrolling, you tilt your phone in the desired direction followed by a tilt in the opposite direction. If you want to stop scrolling, you simply reverse the order of the previous tilts.* To deactivate scrolling, you just touch the screen.



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