Apple’s iPhone has an advanced feature called AssistiveTouch, which is designed to help physically impaired users access their device with easy. For example, it let them enter multi-touch gestures using one finger and do things easily that usually require certain physical actions. If you’re an Android phone user, here is how you can bring AssistiveTouch like feature to your Android device.

Easy Touch is a free app that adds a button on the screen (just like Assistive Touch on iPhone) and provides a very convenient way to access your phone settings, favorite apps, app list, and several other things such as brightness, ringer mode, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, APN (Mobile Data), flashlight, Air-plane mode, etc.



How to use and configure Easy Touch?

After installing Easy Touch, an icon floats on your phone’s screen (floats on other apps and screen and you can move it to anywhere on the screen) and touching on it will bring the Easy Touch floating window, where you can access things.

To configure Easy Touch, run it. From its settings menu tab, you can change Easy Touch window size and transparency. From Control panel tab, you can add items that you need most, such as WiFi, APN, GPS, Air-Plain mode, etc.

Uninstalling Easy Touch:

Because it activate your device manger, Easy Touch can’t uninstall directly. Therefore, you must deactivate it first to uninstall the app.


You can deactivate EasyTouch by going to Settings -> Location & Security -> Select Device Administrators. Uncheck the EasyTouch option and then try to uninstall it.

Easy Touch can be downloaded from Play Store for free.


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