Floating Touch is a combination app organizer and settings menu on steroids. It works more like a utility than a separate app and is essentially a way to extend your menu options. When you start Floating Touch, a small circle icon is displayed on the screen. When this circle is tapped, a wheel is shown with eight fully customizable switches. The circle can be dragged anywhere on the screen or hidden until you want it displayed again. The advantage of having it always visible is that it can be accessed at any time, even while running other apps. The downside is sometimes the dot can be distracting or take away from the appearance of whatever app you’re using.
The switches in the wheel can be used to get to your most commonly used Android system settings like Brightness, Wifi, Volume, etc. or you can launch a specific app. It is all fully customizable and within the Floating Touch menu, you can change the position and switch for every panel on the wheel. If you want to create a series of folders for many different switches, you’ll need to pay a small fee. You’ll also need root access if you want to add Home or Back switches to your wheel.
Another nice touch is the option to personalize the wheel and icon with your favorite designs or colors. The default is grey but you can choose from a few provided designs or even import one of your own to use for the small floating icon. The colors of the wheel can also be changed at will.
Floating Touch is available now on Google Play for free. If you find yourself having to go back and forth between apps and settings or you have many frequently accessed menu items, this could be a great help.
Source: Floating Touch For Android
[Image Credit: Google Play Store]