Android: Magus, the previously mentioned app that lets you control your phone with physical gestures (by turning it over, flipping it sideways and so on) unveiled a new version that can send emails, mute or record audio, offers better gesture recognition and an improved interface. The new version looks much better than the old one.
The video above shows off some of its new, more useful features. You can see more of what you can do with the app here, and the built-in tutorial does a great job of showing you what’s possible using the utility. In addition to some of the controls the app already had (like play or pause music), the new version can also use physical gestures to open your preferred email program and compose a message, mute all audio, lock or unlock your phone, send text messages and more. Additionally, the app just picked up Tasker support via a downloadable Tasker plugin, so you can use it in conjunction with any automation you already have set up.
Hit the link below to read more about the new version, or download and give it a try. The free version has even more features than before, and the regular version is still $0.99 to unlock everything. Both are available now over at Google Play.
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