IOS 14, a host of features long available in Android, sort of mode of “picture in picture” and the ability to add widgets on the desktop. But not without its unique innovations, one of which became indicators using the camera and microphone. The efforts of third-party developers this helpful option has appeared in Android.
When any app in iOS 14 uses the camera or microphone, in the upper right corner of the screen appears green or orange. This lets the user always know if the program at the moment is recording, even in the background, explains xda-developers.
In the case of Android this is especially a problem because many applications request access to your camera and microphone, and not always clear for what purpose and when they take advantage of it.
How does the display on Android
App Dots was developed by one of the users of the portal of XDA. It works on the same principle as the corresponding function in iOS 14, displaying a dot green or orange when the app launches the camera or microphone respectively.
The function works as the corresponding function in iOS 14
The app itself is as easy as possible. It is possible to adjust the size of the indicator and its location on the screen. While Access Dots no access to the camera and microphone.
The app is compatible with the specification running Android 7.0+ and is available for download on XDA. Soon, the author promises to release it in Google Play.
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