Edge Pro: Quick Actions App for Android Review

| October 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

Edge Pro: Quick Actions app for Android is not really a complete launcher. It is more of an extension of the OS. The app let you pull up a settings and app menu bar by interacting with the very edge of your phone screen. You can download Edge Pro: Quick Actions Android app for $1.99 from Google Play Store.

Edge Pro: Quick Actions App Features

Edge Pro: Quick Actions app for Android comes handy for multitasking operations since you can access the menu from anywhere on the screen. The menu includes settings toggle and ten recent app shortcuts. It shows up to 18 settings and toggles. You can also customize the color and appearance of menu bar. The UI is intuitive. You can call upon the menu by swiping from the left or right side of the screen in, or pressing and holding your finger on the left side of the display, at the center. The menu can be opened from anywhere even if you’re playing a game or when the media player is open.

Edge Pro Quick Actions App for Android

The top menu, by default, includes five pre-configured toggles for enable/disable data, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Sound. The bottom menu includes shortcuts to the app drawer, home, media play/pause controls, and next track. You can customize these options from app settings page. It is also possible to vary the Edge position and height one the side of the screen. You can also have the app run automatically at start up so that you don’t have to initiate it manually.

Edge Pro: Quick Actions app for Android uses just 13 MB RAM while running, which is a bit surprising given its features. It indicates that you can safely run the app all the time in the background without it affecting your phone’s performance. The app is compatible with Android OS versions 4.0.3 or higher.


Edge Pro: Quick Actions app for Android is basically a semi-customizable launcher that brings up a small menu bar when called upon. The best part is that you can call upon the menu right from the edge of your home screen, and you can do it even if you have another app running full screen. Customization options come handy. The app is also available in a stripped down free version in case you don’t wish to pay upfront. Verdict: Check it out if you’re looking for a launcher app that is light on system resources.

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