I'm switching between two home screen apps: Nova Launcher and Action Launcher. Although I prefer the aesthetics of Nova, I like the Quickpage feature of Action because it keeps some of my favorite apps just a beat away. But now I've found a way to replicate this feature to Nova (or another launcher), and it works even better.
The lower Quick Settings allow you to access your Quick Settings by swiping from the bottom to the top of any screen. It's a really useful feature that makes using large phones easier. But recently I discovered a second way to use it: as an app drawer. With the same gesture, you can access a handful of apps from any screen by simply swiping up from the bottom of the phone screen.
: Install Bottom Quick Settings
Go to the Play Store and download Bottom Quick Settings. The installation is free and can be accessed via the following link. Note that you must upgrade to the Premium version to use this feature.
To use this feature as an App Drawer, you need the premium version of Bottom Quick Settings. Unlocking costs $ 2.49. To buy, after opening the app (and granting the required permissions), select "Tile" (a premium feature), choose "Buy Now," then "Buy Now." Follow the instructions and you can get started.
With this price too high, there are a few Options. First, you can search for sales on a regular basis. I have not seen any ads in the last few months while using the app, but they may be sold during the holidays.
The second option is to take advantage of Google Opinion Rewards. Google gives users who answer surveys a free Play Store balance. When I signed up for the app for the first time, I raised $ 6 in a few months, but your experience may vary. Read our guide to increase the number of surveys you receive.
Now you can customize the tiles in the lower Quick Settings. Select "Tiles" from the main screen, then tap "Active" on any of the existing tiles to remove them all. Next, select "App," and then select an app that you want to access in your swipe-up app drawer. Repeat this procedure to fill in all the slots in the Active section.
Use the added apps to swipe the small handle, added to the app (which you can hide) right above the navigation bar. This will display the lower Quick settings with tiles, which will now be filled in by the apps of your choice.
Like the notification shadow above, this drawer can be accessed on any screen, whether you're on the home screen or in an app (take that, Action Launcher). If you use gesture control in full-screen mode, we recommend moving the handle to the left or right edge. Click on the link below to learn how to achieve this.