Using ClearView Gestures

Using ClearView Gestures

How can ClearView Gestures be useful to me? Got this question, see below some most useful activities which can be performed with ClearView Gestures.

  1. Frequent Calls
    There are always some people who are close to us and we have to frequently be in touch with them. Why not configure some gestures and use the Call feature of this app to directly place a call without juggling through your contacts or call logs. You can use gestures which would be easier to recall such as using the first alphabet of name as gesture. Alternatively if you prefer an even faster route configure a Swipe spot or list this contact in Gestures pad. Both will allow you to place a call with a single step without even switching apps.
    What if you want to redial the last number? Select the Redial option from Calls more options menu as gesture action. In similar way you can also open dialpad.
  2. Frequent Messages
    Are you in habit of chatting using the device built in messaging or WhatsApp. Why go to the messaging app from app drawer then select the contact again and again? There’s an easier way, use the Message feature of ClearView Gestures if you want to open the messaging thread with your loved one. What if you want to open a WhatsApp messaging thread instead, well then use the Shortcuts feature and choose WhatsApp Chat. Once your gestures are set you can simply draw them to open corresponding messaging thread or to speed it up even more you may use Swipe spot & Gestures pad.
  3. Frequent Apps
    There are certain apps which we open most. If you are a Facebook fan you would open this app again & again from the app drawer, same goes with Twitter or other apps which we love most. Why spent precious time swiping through the app drawer to find your app when you can add a gesture using Application feature to launch these apps with ease. You can also configure Swipe spot or Gesture pad with favorite apps and launch them using single swipe or touch without drawing any gestures.
  4. Frequent Shortcuts
    There are limitless possibilities with shortcuts, you can use preset Google directions and link it with gestures to quickly open maps showing you the step by step navigation. Or you can have your file manager shortcut to open any folder or file with simple gesture, avoiding the need to navigate deep into the directory structure of device. If you launcher supports activities you can even go to the level of running specific activities from other apps using gestures. Major apps offer various shortcuts to their app activities you can simplify running shortcuts using gestures.
    Additionally, you can use the more options menu for Shortcut feature to get access to various system settings.
  5. Frequent Websites
    Certain webpages such as Google are something which we need to access very often. So rather than going to browser typing the link or using the bookmark you can configure a gesture with URL feature. When you execute this gesture you website would be launched in default browser. Use it with Swipe spots or Gestures pad if you would like to avoid the need to draw gestures.
  6. Frequent Settings
    When using the device we always need to change certain settings such as I myself have habit of toggling between auto screen rotation. To do this I must go to Settings and enable or disable it from there. With ClearView Gestures you can have gestures to toggle these settings for you with ease. I myself have a right corner Swipe spot which I swipe to toggle between auto screen rotation settings. So just a single step swipe to switch my settings, love it 🙂

While for you there may be other important activities that you perform with ClearView Gestures, I would be happy to hear those from you.


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