Thursday, August 8, 2013

How to get Galaxy S4 Air Gesture function on any Android phone

Whenever Samsung releases a new flagship smartphone, the company seems to go a step further to ensure that encompasses some new dazzling features to attract even once the consumer market. For the latest version S4 Galaxy, the team of South Korea unveiled Gesture Air, a little 'smart app that allows some functions that are controlled with the basic movements of the hand above the device. Now, thanks to the great minds at XDA-Developers, this kind of thing can be done in a number of devices. Air Swiper is the name, and even though, at this early stage, it is not without its flaws, it is definitely worth giving a try.

Of course, the Galaxy S4 is not the only device to take advantage of the features available on smartphones today. Google and the new effort of Motorola - Moto X smartphone - has also proven compatibility, and if you are intrigued by these events, but do not want to pony up for a new smartphone, Air Swiper can be covered.

Compatible with Android 4.0 and higher, Air Swiper advantage of the proximity sensor device that allows you to perform actions only by passing the hand, and although the evidence on a number of Roma have been decidedly mixed results, inquiring minds suspect that many of you Android users certainly asked to verify whether the device is a game.

Although many do not see the need for a gesture-based control of the air, which is particularly useful for situations in which the figures are too fat, mud, or otherwise dirty enough to prompt asking if you want your shiny gadget for be stained with dirt.

Con Air Swiper, gestures are somewhat limited to providing basic skills, such as opening and closing, the transition from one mode aloud and silently, opening messages and the like, but with further development, we able to see this very promising indeed.

If you are interested, you can check the details on the official thread on XDA and Google link for Air Play Swiper can be found below.

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