Today again I’m here to share a nice and cool way to accept call on your Android smartphone using gesture control, yes you heard it right. With this way you can attend all your incoming calls without touching your device, all you have to wave your hand over the screen or place the phone to your ear to attend the calls. This is possible with the free android application called Air Call-Accept. We all know that the Gesture control feature is available on Galaxy S4 smartphone and most of the Galaxy s4 using the same on their device to accept the calls. Now you can also enjoy the same feature on your device. If you are looking for some more new Galaxy S 4 feature on your device then you have to read out post How to Get the Samsung Galaxy S4 Features on Your Android. Ok lets come to the point today we will show you how you can use the Gesture control feature on your Android device.
To use this feature all you hvae to download the free android app Air Call-Accept from the Google Play store or you can find the download link at the end of this post. The application is must for all those users who are using the blue-tooth handset on their devices and after this application you don’t need to touch your device to attend the call, just wave your hand on the screen and the call is accepted.
So once the application is installed on your device, run the application from the homescreen of your device, on the very first page of the application you can see the option on and off the application setting on your device. From here all you have to turn on these settings on your device to use this Gesture control feature on your device. Once the settings is activated on your device you are ready to use this feature.
Now next time whenever you receive a call on your device just wave the hand on your screen or just place the phone near to your ear to attend the call automatically. So With this app, you can effortlessly answer or reject your phone calls without even touching it. A nice and easy way to attend and reject call on any android device. We tested this application on our LG Nexus 54 and it works without any problem.