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Hi! I'm Kieron Quinn aka Quinny898.
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RIP Nexus 5X, September 2015 - January 2017

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Just released a new beta of Custom Quick Settings if anyone is interested 
Today I'm releasing a beta, of a version I intend to release for Christmas. It should be fairly bug free, but obviously I've not been able to test on all devices, and there may be some things I've missed

It's a total rewrite of the ENTIRE app, every piece of code (except a couple of small classes & some compatibility [called "legacy" in-app] stuff) is brand new, and written for the Nougat tile API with compatibility for 5.0-6.0

New Features:
Tile Actions - A tile can now have multiple actions, and switches between them on click. This allows you to create tiles that act as switches, without having to deal with setting them in Tasker. It also means all built in preset tiles (except a couple) react to changes of state.
UI Change - There's now two screens in the customisation view, one is for presets and allows for setting up simple tiles, one is for advanced users and allows customisation - adding actions, setting custom labels, icons and states. I also moved heavy stuff to background tasks so it should be pretty much lag free
Live Tiles - Tiles that show the CPU speed, free RAM, Internal/External Storage space, battery & current weather conditions (BBC & Yahoo - pro only). Clicking the tiles will open a dialog box with more information - unless you're running CyanogenMod or have Xposed, when it will expand into a view in the Quick Settings, like a native tile. There's also a Calculator (pro only) live tile which does the same, but obviously doesn't change label.
Click Widget - Allows you to set up a widget to automatically be clicked (in a pre-defined X,Y position) to toggle apps that don't have shortcuts but have widgets. I've tested this with Twilight, it works just fine
Easier setup - Android 6.0 users can have tiles automatically added using an Accessibility Service which adds tiles for you by performing all the right taps and inputs (opt in, I see this as something people may not want so you have to allow it - twice)
Easier removal - Removal of tiles on all versions of Android is now automatic, no need to drag away tiles
No tile spam - On Android 7.x, currently all tiles are always shown as options to add in the edit tiles screen. Now it's only the ones you need.
Much better compatibility checker

Caveats:
All Android versions are now limited to 20 tiles - for compatibility reasons (if enough people ask for this to be raised, it is possible, it just makes the app bigger)
Your tiles may be reset or broken on updating - I've done as much as I can to prevent this, but it may still happen
Tasker tasks may get broken - I added the same plugin with the same class names in, but I'm not sure if they'll carry across for all
Rearrange tiles is missing on Android 5.x - It was buggy as hell and I'll try to make it better in the new year
Black tile tint - Not sure if this was even needed (and it took up loads of memory), as it is done automatically now. If I have enough people really need it, I'll add it back
CM tiles are still being as buggy as ever. I've checked with the code, and whilst they work sometimes, they're still overwriting the same tile. The code and data they send for both of these times is both correct and the same
No circular icon yet. There will be by release.

I think that's about it. If you find issues, feel free to report any issues you find. There'll be a 25% off Pro sale when I release the update, so if you feel like you suddenly want pro with the new features, you may want to hold back to save some moneyToday I'm releasing a beta, of a version I intend to release for Christmas. It should be fairly bug free, but obviously I've not been able to test on all devices, and there may be some things I've missed

It's a total rewrite of the ENTIRE app, every piece of code (except a couple of small classes & some compatibility [called "legacy" in-app] stuff) is brand new, and written for the Nougat tile API with compatibility for 5.0-6.0

New Features:
Tile Actions - A tile can now have multiple actions, and switches between them on click. This allows you to create tiles that act as switches, without having to deal with setting them in Tasker. It also means all built in preset tiles (except a couple) react to changes of state.
UI Change - There's now two screens in the customisation view, one is for presets and allows for setting up simple tiles, one is for advanced users and allows customisation - adding actions, setting custom labels, icons and states. I also moved heavy stuff to background tasks so it should be pretty much lag free
Live Tiles - Tiles that show the CPU speed, free RAM, Internal/External Storage space, battery & current weather conditions (BBC & Yahoo - pro only). Clicking the tiles will open a dialog box with more information - unless you're running CyanogenMod or have Xposed, when it will expand into a view in the Quick Settings, like a native tile. There's also a Calculator (pro only) live tile which does the same, but obviously doesn't change label.
Click Widget - Allows you to set up a widget to automatically be clicked (in a pre-defined X,Y position) to toggle apps that don't have shortcuts but have widgets. I've tested this with Twilight, it works just fine
Easier setup - Android 6.0 users can have tiles automatically added using an Accessibility Service which adds tiles for you by performing all the right taps and inputs (opt in, I see this as something people may not want so you have to allow it - twice)
Easier removal - Removal of tiles on all versions of Android is now automatic, no need to drag away tiles
No tile spam - On Android 7.x, currently all tiles are always shown as options to add in the edit tiles screen. Now it's only the ones you need.
Much better compatibility checker

Caveats:
All Android versions are now limited to 20 tiles - for compatibility reasons (if enough people ask for this to be raised, it is possible, it just makes the app bigger)
Your tiles may be reset or broken on updating - I've done as much as I can to prevent this, but it may still happen
Tasker tasks may get broken - I added the same plugin with the same class names in, but I'm not sure if they'll carry across for all
Rearrange tiles is missing on Android 5.x - It was buggy as hell and I'll try to make it better in the new year
Black tile tint - Not sure if this was even needed (and it took up loads of memory), as it is done automatically now. If I have enough people really need it, I'll add it back
CM tiles are still being as buggy as ever. I've checked with the code, and whilst they work sometimes, they're still overwriting the same tile. The code and data they send for both of these times is both correct and the same
Actions count doesn't show on the main screen if the short/long names are too long - Will be fixed for release
No circular icon yet. There will be by release.

I think that's about it. If you find issues, feel free to report any issues you find. There'll be a 25% off Pro sale when I release the update, so if you feel like you suddenly want pro with the new features, you may want to hold back to save some money

Screenshots: http://imgur.com/a/wZ7pB
APK: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwduK1C1PXjxX0V5aXNVRXpEVWs/view?usp=sharing

Will also be live as a beta build on Google Play soon

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Today I'm releasing a beta, of a version I intend to release for Christmas. It should be fairly bug free, but obviously I've not been able to test on all devices, and there may be some things I've missed

It's a total rewrite of the ENTIRE app, every piece of code (except a couple of small classes & some compatibility [called "legacy" in-app] stuff) is brand new, and written for the Nougat tile API with compatibility for 5.0-6.0

New Features:
Tile Actions - A tile can now have multiple actions, and switches between them on click. This allows you to create tiles that act as switches, without having to deal with setting them in Tasker. It also means all built in preset tiles (except a couple) react to changes of state.
UI Change - There's now two screens in the customisation view, one is for presets and allows for setting up simple tiles, one is for advanced users and allows customisation - adding actions, setting custom labels, icons and states. I also moved heavy stuff to background tasks so it should be pretty much lag free
Live Tiles - Tiles that show the CPU speed, free RAM, Internal/External Storage space, battery & current weather conditions (BBC & Yahoo - pro only). Clicking the tiles will open a dialog box with more information - unless you're running CyanogenMod or have Xposed, when it will expand into a view in the Quick Settings, like a native tile. There's also a Calculator (pro only) live tile which does the same, but obviously doesn't change label.
Click Widget - Allows you to set up a widget to automatically be clicked (in a pre-defined X,Y position) to toggle apps that don't have shortcuts but have widgets. I've tested this with Twilight, it works just fine
Easier setup - Android 6.0 users can have tiles automatically added using an Accessibility Service which adds tiles for you by performing all the right taps and inputs (opt in, I see this as something people may not want so you have to allow it - twice)
Easier removal - Removal of tiles on all versions of Android is now automatic, no need to drag away tiles
No tile spam - On Android 7.x, currently all tiles are always shown as options to add in the edit tiles screen. Now it's only the ones you need.
Much better compatibility checker

Caveats:
All Android versions are now limited to 20 tiles - for compatibility reasons (if enough people ask for this to be raised, it is possible, it just makes the app bigger)
Your tiles may be reset or broken on updating - I've done as much as I can to prevent this, but it may still happen
Tasker tasks may get broken - I added the same plugin with the same class names in, but I'm not sure if they'll carry across for all
Rearrange tiles is missing on Android 5.x - It was buggy as hell and I'll try to make it better in the new year
Black tile tint - Not sure if this was even needed (and it took up loads of memory), as it is done automatically now. If I have enough people really need it, I'll add it back
CM tiles are still being as buggy as ever. I've checked with the code, and whilst they work sometimes, they're still overwriting the same tile. The code and data they send for both of these times is both correct and the same
No circular icon yet. There will be by release.

I think that's about it. If you find issues, feel free to report any issues you find. There'll be a 25% off Pro sale when I release the update, so if you feel like you suddenly want pro with the new features, you may want to hold back to save some moneyToday I'm releasing a beta, of a version I intend to release for Christmas. It should be fairly bug free, but obviously I've not been able to test on all devices, and there may be some things I've missed

It's a total rewrite of the ENTIRE app, every piece of code (except a couple of small classes & some compatibility [called "legacy" in-app] stuff) is brand new, and written for the Nougat tile API with compatibility for 5.0-6.0

New Features:
Tile Actions - A tile can now have multiple actions, and switches between them on click. This allows you to create tiles that act as switches, without having to deal with setting them in Tasker. It also means all built in preset tiles (except a couple) react to changes of state.
UI Change - There's now two screens in the customisation view, one is for presets and allows for setting up simple tiles, one is for advanced users and allows customisation - adding actions, setting custom labels, icons and states. I also moved heavy stuff to background tasks so it should be pretty much lag free
Live Tiles - Tiles that show the CPU speed, free RAM, Internal/External Storage space, battery & current weather conditions (BBC & Yahoo - pro only). Clicking the tiles will open a dialog box with more information - unless you're running CyanogenMod or have Xposed, when it will expand into a view in the Quick Settings, like a native tile. There's also a Calculator (pro only) live tile which does the same, but obviously doesn't change label.
Click Widget - Allows you to set up a widget to automatically be clicked (in a pre-defined X,Y position) to toggle apps that don't have shortcuts but have widgets. I've tested this with Twilight, it works just fine
Easier setup - Android 6.0 users can have tiles automatically added using an Accessibility Service which adds tiles for you by performing all the right taps and inputs (opt in, I see this as something people may not want so you have to allow it - twice)
Easier removal - Removal of tiles on all versions of Android is now automatic, no need to drag away tiles
No tile spam - On Android 7.x, currently all tiles are always shown as options to add in the edit tiles screen. Now it's only the ones you need.
Much better compatibility checker

Caveats:
All Android versions are now limited to 20 tiles - for compatibility reasons (if enough people ask for this to be raised, it is possible, it just makes the app bigger)
Your tiles may be reset or broken on updating - I've done as much as I can to prevent this, but it may still happen
Tasker tasks may get broken - I added the same plugin with the same class names in, but I'm not sure if they'll carry across for all
Rearrange tiles is missing on Android 5.x - It was buggy as hell and I'll try to make it better in the new year
Black tile tint - Not sure if this was even needed (and it took up loads of memory), as it is done automatically now. If I have enough people really need it, I'll add it back
CM tiles are still being as buggy as ever. I've checked with the code, and whilst they work sometimes, they're still overwriting the same tile. The code and data they send for both of these times is both correct and the same
Actions count doesn't show on the main screen if the short/long names are too long - Will be fixed for release
No circular icon yet. There will be by release.

I think that's about it. If you find issues, feel free to report any issues you find. There'll be a 25% off Pro sale when I release the update, so if you feel like you suddenly want pro with the new features, you may want to hold back to save some money

Screenshots: http://imgur.com/a/wZ7pB
APK: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwduK1C1PXjxX0V5aXNVRXpEVWs/view?usp=sharing

Will also be live as a beta build on Google Play soon

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Today I'm releasing a beta, of a version I intend to release for Christmas. It should be fairly bug free, but obviously I've not been able to test on all devices, and there may be some things I've missed

It's a total rewrite of the ENTIRE app, every piece of code (except a couple of small classes & some compatibility [called "legacy" in-app] stuff) is brand new, and written for the Nougat tile API with compatibility for 5.0-6.0

New Features:
Tile Actions - A tile can now have multiple actions, and switches between them on click. This allows you to create tiles that act as switches, without having to deal with setting them in Tasker. It also means all built in preset tiles (except a couple) react to changes of state.
UI Change - There's now two screens in the customisation view, one is for presets and allows for setting up simple tiles, one is for advanced users and allows customisation - adding actions, setting custom labels, icons and states. I also moved heavy stuff to background tasks so it should be pretty much lag free
Live Tiles - Tiles that show the CPU speed, free RAM, Internal/External Storage space, battery & current weather conditions (BBC & Yahoo - pro only). Clicking the tiles will open a dialog box with more information - unless you're running CyanogenMod or have Xposed, when it will expand into a view in the Quick Settings, like a native tile. There's also a Calculator (pro only) live tile which does the same, but obviously doesn't change label.
Click Widget - Allows you to set up a widget to automatically be clicked (in a pre-defined X,Y position) to toggle apps that don't have shortcuts but have widgets. I've tested this with Twilight, it works just fine
Easier setup - Android 6.0 users can have tiles automatically added using an Accessibility Service which adds tiles for you by performing all the right taps and inputs (opt in, I see this as something people may not want so you have to allow it - twice)
Easier removal - Removal of tiles on all versions of Android is now automatic, no need to drag away tiles
No tile spam - On Android 7.x, currently all tiles are always shown as options to add in the edit tiles screen. Now it's only the ones you need.
Much better compatibility checker

Caveats:
All Android versions are now limited to 20 tiles - for compatibility reasons (if enough people ask for this to be raised, it is possible, it just makes the app bigger)
Your tiles may be reset or broken on updating - I've done as much as I can to prevent this, but it may still happen
Tasker tasks may get broken - I added the same plugin with the same class names in, but I'm not sure if they'll carry across for all
Rearrange tiles is missing on Android 5.x - It was buggy as hell and I'll try to make it better in the new year
Black tile tint - Not sure if this was even needed (and it took up loads of memory), as it is done automatically now. If I have enough people really need it, I'll add it back
CM tiles are still being as buggy as ever. I've checked with the code, and whilst they work sometimes, they're still overwriting the same tile. The code and data they send for both of these times is both correct and the same
Actions count doesn't show on the main screen if the short/long names are too long - Will be fixed for release
No circular icon yet. There will be by release.

I think that's about it. If you find issues, feel free to report any issues you find. There'll be a 25% off Pro sale when I release the update, so if you feel like you suddenly want pro with the new features, you may want to hold back to save some money

Screenshots: http://imgur.com/a/wZ7pB
APK: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwduK1C1PXjxX0V5aXNVRXpEVWs/view?usp=sharing

Will also be live as a beta build on Google Play soon

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This includes OnePlus' december dash that people have been sharing to this group. You will be banned for posting referral links.
Just to let you guys know, we are now banning the first time anyone posts referral links, including OnePlus' "Dash for Diwali" links, without warning.

Note that we've had referral links banned in the rules for a long time, and even had it listed under the "ban on first post", but we've very rarely had to enforce this rule, instead giving warnings. However, we've seen a massive increase since this competition, so we're now banning on the first post without warning

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Resharing this as I've banned 3 people for this in the last hour so it's clear people aren't reading it or the rules
Just to let you guys know, we are now banning the first time anyone posts referral links, including OnePlus' "Dash for Diwali" links, without warning.

Note that we've had referral links banned in the rules for a long time, and even had it listed under the "ban on first post", but we've very rarely had to enforce this rule, instead giving warnings. However, we've seen a massive increase since this competition, so we're now banning on the first post without warning

Just to let you guys know, we are now banning the first time anyone posts referral links, including OnePlus' "Dash for Diwali" links, without warning.

Note that we've had referral links banned in the rules for a long time, and even had it listed under the "ban on first post", but we've very rarely had to enforce this rule, instead giving warnings. However, we've seen a massive increase since this competition, so we're now banning on the first post without warning

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Ah yes this totally legitimate email from the +Google Play developer console. Seems absolutely normal and is definitely not a phishing attempt 
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