Thursday, 15 December 2016

Create a dynamic folder on your home screen with Contextual App Folder

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Contextual App Folder: The coolest Android app you're not using

Android users looking for a contextual folder that will automatically alter its contents based on configured triggers should check out Contextual App Folder.

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