If you own a Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Note 10.1 (2014), or any other compatible devices that can use Samsung’s great Air Command menu, then GMD Air Command is a must have application for your device. Once you download the application – use the Google Play button below – the app sits on your screen, simply waiting for you to touch it, at which time the Air Command window will pop up without having to remove your S-Pen from its cradle.
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This just adds more convenience to your Galaxy experience, especially since you really do not always need the S-Pen to take a screenshot, or to use the floating window that allows access to several functions, such as, the Calculator, Clock, Phone, YouTube, Contacts, Hangouts, and the Internet.
The app was developed by Good Mood Droid (GMD) and does not require that you root your device to use it and, best of all, it is FREE! GMD is known for their cool apps, such a GMD Auto Hide Soft Keys when you want more real estate on your display, Smart Screen Rotate that uses your front facing camera to track your head movements to rotate the screen or keep your display lite, or GMD SPen Control where you can create custom gestures with your S-Pen to control your Samsung Note device. While the Air Command shortcut may not be as flashy as some of the other GMD apps, it certainly is a practical app that you will find yourself using on a daily basis.
Samsung has included some incredible software on their Galaxy Note series devices, but they really upped their game with the addition of Air Command, which gave the user quick access to the five most used functions, using the Galaxy Note exclusive, the S-Pen – Action Memo, Scrap Booker, Screen Write, S Finder, and Pen Window. With this new GMD Air Command app, you now have access to the Air Command window without having to remove the S-Pen – a nice bit of functionality.
Please let us know on our Google+ Page if you have downloaded this app and used it – what do you think of it – pretty nifty if I do not say so myself. I have been playing with it and find many instances where it will come in handy, and it is free, and requires no rooting.