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With Assistant Shortcuts, it's possible to adjust your assistant button on your phone to a command. You can, for example, view your notifications by calling your assistant.
This app makes it easy for people with disabilities to perform actions without reaching the top of the screen.
This app was developed in mind after OnePlus added the functionality of activating Google Assistant from the power button.
• Switch to last used app
• Put phone to sleep (Android P+ required)
• Press back button
• Open recents screen
• Go to home button
• Toggle between split-screen mode (Android N+ required)
• Open notification panel
• Open Quick-settings panel
• Take screenshot (Android P+ required)
• Toggle flashlight
• Toggle rotation lock
• Launch any installed app
• Draw a quick note for yourself
Can you add ...?
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What permission Assistant Shortcuts ask for and why:
• Accessibility: Used for performing gestures such as back, power menu and pull down notification
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You can become a supporter by donating through the app or by watching ads
Supporters receive an extra bonus but the main functionality is and will remain available to everyone.
No ads are displayed in the app
My app got featured at:
• Android Authority
• Android Police
• StatusAndroid HD
• Topes de Gama Plus
• And more! :D
Note for Samsung and LG stock ROM users
Some LG or Samsung devices have a hardware button for calling assistant. However, these buttons are not compatible with this app. This is because LG and Samsung call a specific assistant instead of the default assistant. Long holding the home button will still work.
Download Assistant Shortcuts and get better Android experiences today.