Lazy Swipe

Lazy Swipe

We are back after the Christmas and New Year’s holidays and we hope you are back to our web site too, having rested well after these wonderful holidays. It is weekend time again, which means we’ll be dealing with Google Play apps once again so here’s the first one – Lazy Swipe.

As you can see the name of the app says pretty much all about it like in many other cases. There’s more to Lazy Swipe, though, and we will start by saying that this app is extremely small-sized at 601 KB unlike other apps like Brothers in Arms which is around 535 MB in size. The main purpose of Lazy Swipe is to ease your life by adding a small-sized tool in the lower left corner of your Android display that allows you to have quick access to your recently used applications, your favorite apps and the settings of your device. To get from one section to another all you have to do is swipe your finger onto the tool, which looks like a circle and you will be able to get where you want. This means you won’t have to enter various menus anymore and then look for different icons in order to get to the apps you use most often.

At first you may not find Lazy Swipe to be of any particular usefulness because while the app is running the main Android window becomes darker and inactive. But with time and by using various app you will be able to populate the menus of Lazy Swipe and the app will become more useful. So have some patience.

All in all Lazy Swipe is a nice tool that may ease the way you use to get around Android. The app is small-sized and free and does not need much hardware power so there’s nothing to lose if you give it a try. Lazy Swipe will be especially useful if you have numerous apps on your Android device but you get to use just a few of them – in this case you will not have to navigate among tens of icons before you find the app you need – just swipe the circle of Lazy Swipe and you will be right there.

Lazy Swipe is here on Google Play. What do you think of it?

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