Some of you might be aware of this app already but it’s still worth sharing for those who don’t know this yet. It’s not really new but it’s still cool if you haven’t tried it out. For most tablet users, one of their common questions is “How can I hide the navigation bar when I’m on a game/app?”. If you want to know how, read it below.

Full!screen isn’t just about removing the navigation bar and notifications. It also come with great features that’ll let you maintain the navigation behavior even though it’s hidden. To access different functions, you can use pop-out pie menus and swipe gestures so you can conveniently launch them whenever you need them. You can also adjust the opacity and position of the buttons and if you want it to be invisible, you can easily do so. As a result, you’ll get a cleaner interface but other android dudes can be confused if they haven’t seen this type of setting yet so be sure to let them know.

Full!screen Android app

Enable Fullscreen Mode on Apps and Retain Navigation & Notifications on Tablets with Full!screen [ROOT]

To be able to use this app, your android device should be rooted. This is not applicable to all devices, as it’s mostly needed on tablets only and some phones with on-screen buttons. Full!screen also has a special popup notifications but like other notification related apps, it needs to have access on Accessibility.

Full!screen is a free download on Google Play Store but there is also a paid version which automatically hides the navigation bar once you open certain apps. Click here to download Full!screen for android.

[Via Android Police]



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