With every flagship device they release, Samsung makes sure to add in at least a few little software goodies. Last year’s Galaxy Note5 was no exception, because among other things, Samsung included a revamped version of their useful utility called Air Command that gave users quick access to tools and common functions with a small floating bubble.

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But Air Command relies on Samsung’s underlying TouchWiz framework, so it can’t be ported to work on other devices. Instead, developer gracefang took a different approach, and simply… more

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