Improve Your Multitasking with Sidebar Plus
When available time is at a minimum and you’re trying to perform tasks as efficiently as possible, multitasking is key. And in order to best do this, it is important to have easy access to your common applications, most often used functions, and relevant information. Luckily the freedom of Android allows us to add this functionality when necessary with the appropriate add-on application.
XDA Forum Member leducbao aims to make multitasking more efficient with his application Sidebar Plus. Currently in its first beta, the app creates various sidebars of your choosing. You can put various items in the sidebars such as apps, contacts, commonly accessed settings, shortcuts, and DashClock extensions. Furthermore, you can add widgets to the sidebars for glanceable information. You can also create multiple bars, as well as change the visuals and trigger options for the bars.
Get the goods and test the beta over in the application thread. Make sure you leave feedback for the developer as he further refines his app.
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