[APP][FREE][2.2+] IntelliCover - Proximity Based Screen Ctrl

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[APP][FREE][2.2+] IntelliCover - Proximity Based Screen Ctrl

Postby dragonnis » Sun Nov 04, 2012 11:22 pm

IntelliCover is a utility which uses your device’s proximity sensor to control its display and allow fast and efficient access to your phone or tablet.

It turns the screen turns off automatically when you put your device in your pockets, close its flip cover, store the device in a bag, or even just leave the device facing down on a table. As soon as the device is back in your hand the proximity sensor is triggered again, the screen turns back on and your phone is instantly ready for use.

This improves productivity immensely on large phones or phones that do not have physical hardware buttons.

IntelliCover is more feature-filled than any other similar application on the market. And the best part? It's FREE!

NOTE: TO UNINSTALL: Please use the button inside the app to uninstall. Alternatively, manually remove the app from system administrator in your phone's settings and then uninstall like any other app.

*** Features ***

Calibration:- Proximity Sensor Delay
Application Settings:- App Foregrounded, Automatic Unlock, Disable in Landscape Mode, Go to Home Screen on Screen On, Remove Lock Screen Completely, Screen Off Only, Screen On Only, Start on Device Boot
Notifications:-Proximity Warning (Vibration), Show Status Bar Notification
Screen On and Off Actions:-
Airplane Mode, Auto Sync, Bluetooth, Haptic Feedback, Ringer Mode, Wi-fi
A widget is also included for easy access!

*** Frequently Asked Questions ***

Q) Is it really free? Where are the ads?
Ans) IntelliCover is completely free and has no ads whatsoever!
Q) Do I require a rooted device to use IntelliCover?
Ans) Nope. IntelliCover works on all supported phones and tablets, rooted or unrooted.
Q) Doesn’t using the proximity sensor consume a lot of battery?
Ans) Actually, the proximity sensor consumes minimal power, almost little enough to be insignificant.
Q) Why doesn't it work with my dark colored cover?
Ans) Sorry, this is a problem with hardware, not with the app, so I can't fix that. Only thing I can tell you is that you're not alone. Pretty much all proximity sensors have trouble with dark colors.

MARKET LINK:- http://goo.gl/Cc0mD

*** Contact ***

Feel free to contact me at dragonnis.soft@gmail.com with any issues, bug reports, feature requests, suggestions or queries. Please read the FAQ above before sending an e-mail to avoid redundancy.
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