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[APP] [4.1+] [FREE] Nano Next - Simple but innovative application navigation

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Meko07

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Jul 8, 2012
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Hi Folks,

some time ago I had the idea for an application which helps the user to navigate between applications fast and smart.

And after a few weeks I ended up with my Applications called Nano Next.

It's currently helping me a lot, and hopefully it will help some of you too.

If I can see a good need of the App, I'll continue to work on it. There are a lot of new and helpful features I want to include step by step.

Therefore, feel free to download and give me feedback :)

Some screenshots:

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Download


Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nano.algorithms.nanonext
 
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XDA_Checker

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First of - great work.
It's a different kind of Application, I tried it and using it by creating an "entertainment scene" which (by surprise) really is helpful :D.


Looking forward for more features, seems kinda like a first implementation of your idea.
 

Meko07

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Jul 8, 2012
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@XDA_Checker,

thank you very much for the feedback :)

Yeah you're right it's kind a like a first implementation. But I am currently working on a new feature which will make the whole application a lot more interessting and usefull.

Allowing to define if and which system settings (Screen Brightness, Audio volume, Bluetooth, Wifi etc.) should apply if a scene is started.

Here some screenshots of the current state:
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Meko07

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Jul 8, 2012
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Uploaded a youtube video about how my application is working.
AND: New feature "Define System Settings on Scene start" is live!!

Youtube:
 
Oct 20, 2012
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This looks good. Nice work. I'm thinking this could be really helpful for location-based productivity as well (not just subjects). I'm going to install it and set up a scene for my gym, one for work and then try some subject ones like social and news.


really looking forward to trying this out : )
 
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    This looks good. Nice work. I'm thinking this could be really helpful for location-based productivity as well (not just subjects). I'm going to install it and set up a scene for my gym, one for work and then try some subject ones like social and news.


    really looking forward to trying this out : )