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Price: Free

Rating: 3.00/5 (4 votes)


This app will let you trigger different actions by waving your hand or finger past the proximity sensor on your device, by covering the sensor or by shaking it. The actions are many, such as:

Launch recent apps (root, may not work)Toggle flashlightLaunch cameraLaunch contactsToggle airplanemodeToggle bluetoothToggle ringervolumeToggle wifi

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