It'll give you super quick access to voice search, camera, calculator, and whatever else you might need.
In fact, you can:
• Do nothing! Swipeup Utility's original purpose was to get that annoying swipe gesture out of the way, so if you choose to do nothing, your swipes will- do nothing!
• Assign the gesture to any app- Launch Bing instead of Google. Or start your music. Or messages.
• Swipeup Utility's Actions- Trigger recent apps, voice search, home button press, quick search, long-press search, or video camera.
• Shortcuts- Standard shortcuts that you'd find on a launcher. Navigate home with Google Maps, open up Google Translate to start listening, or get quick access to someone with a contact shortcut.
• Switch to last used app
• Lock screen
• Toggle flashlight
• Expand Notifications
• Expand Quick Settings
• Toggle Wifi
• Toggle Bluetooth
Swipeup Utility builds on top of the assist functionality, so if your device doesn't have an on screen navigation bar, look for a G or search icon somewhere in recent apps or a long press of a button, depending on the manufacturer skin.
For more information, check out the How-to & FAQ. github.com/aecl755/Swipeup-Utility#readme
To get a chance to try new features early, participate in the beta program! Join the community on Google+ (plus.google.com/communities/101796628081413739274) for updates and click play.google.com/apps/testing/com.AdrianCampos.swipeuputility to join. You'll be among the first to receive bugfixes and new features, but you might experience little quirks or (hopefully not) crashes.
If you have any comments/suggestions, or for more information, feel free to check out the github page at github.com/aecl755/Swipeup-Utility#readme.
Hey! Want to see the app in your language? Head over to translate.aecampos.com to help out!
Note: This app is a continuation of Google Now Swipe Disabler.
Another Note: Due to restrictions baked into android, Swipeup Utility is unable to hide the semicircle that shows when you swipe up from the bottom. Personally, this doesn't bother me and I hope it won't bother you.
Yet Another Note: Some device manufacturers change this swipe up action to reduce or even eliminate Swipeup Utility's functionality. Some galaxy devices require a long home button press instead of a swipe, and some require the long home button press and a tap on an icon. Lg and Sony devices add their own icons in the semicircle, so you need to swipe towards the magnifying glass.
*Removed Internet permission
*Support for 7.1
*Fingerprint launch: Individually enable/disable tap, registered, and unregistered fingers
*Fixed crash on certain 6.0 devices
*Fingerprint support! Tap the fingerprint sensor to launch your action.
*Cleaned up menu
*Added home screen shortcut that launches Swipeup Utility's action.