Orientation Control

Orientation Control


Orientation control is the first TRUE orientation locking app that can lock the orientation in LANDSCAPE or PORTRAIT mode.

NO rooting required!

Orientation Control serves two main purposes:
1. As an orientation lock
2. As an easy to access orientation switch shortcut. No more going through the long process of opening Settings > Display to toggle auto rotate! Even more, gain the ability to force the orientation to portrait or landscape - a feature not natively supported by Android.

Orientation Control can lock the orientation to SIX modes:
1. Landscape
2. Reversed Landscape (Android 2.3.1 and above only)
3. Portrait (Same as disabling auto rotate in phone's settings)
4. Forced Portrait (Always in portrait regardless of app!)
5. Reversed Portrait (Android 2.3.1 and above only)
6. Auto Rotate

Features:
# Lock orientation with an app shortcut, notification or long-press search
# Cycle or selector switch mode
# Includes Tasker / Locale plug-in

** IMPORTANT NOTE **
Because of the way Orientation Control forces the Orientation in Landscape/Forced Portrait modes, certain applications that do not support that orientation might not display properly (such as full-screen games which are only in landscape being forced to portrait). Simply switch the orientation to Portrait or Auto Rotate mode when this happens.

Tags: landscape lock, lock landscape, portrait lock, lock portrait, orientation lock, lock orientation, autorotate, toggle, switch, force landscape, landscape orientation, portrait orientation, rotation, rotate

Recent changes:
Included Tasker / Locale plug-in
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$1.55
86
4.3
User ratings
382
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
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File size
159 kb
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About Orientation Control
Orientation control is the first TRUE orientation locking app that can lock the orientation in LANDSCAPE or PORTRAIT mode.

NO rooting required!

Orientation Control serves two main purposes:
1. As an orientation lock
2. As an easy to access orientation switch shortcut. No more going through the long process of opening Settings > Display to toggle auto rotate! Even more, gain the ability to force the orientation to portrait or landscape - a feature not natively supported by Android.

Orientation Control can lock the orientation to SIX modes:
1. Landscape
2. Reversed Landscape (Android 2.3.1 and above only)
3. Portrait (Same as disabling auto rotate in phone's settings)
4. Forced Portrait (Always in portrait regardless of app!)
5. Reversed Portrait (Android 2.3.1 and above only)
6. Auto Rotate

Features:
# Lock orientation with an app shortcut, notification or long-press search
# Cycle or selector switch mode
# Includes Tasker / Locale plug-in

** IMPORTANT NOTE **
Because of the way Orientation Control forces the Orientation in Landscape/Forced Portrait modes, certain applications that do not support that orientation might not display properly (such as full-screen games which are only in landscape being forced to portrait). Simply switch the orientation to Portrait or Auto Rotate mode when this happens.

Tags: landscape lock, lock landscape, portrait lock, lock portrait, orientation lock, lock orientation, autorotate, toggle, switch, force landscape, landscape orientation, portrait orientation, rotation, rotate

Recent changes:
Included Tasker / Locale plug-in

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A Google User
Jan 18, 2015
5 stars for per app settings
A Google User
Nov 12, 2014
Awesome Kit Kat is messing with a lot of N7s orientation including mine, this app solved the issue before Google! Thank you!!
A Google User
Oct 13, 2014
Please fix Needs force rotate capability so that home screen auto rotates. HTC Desire 816 android 4.4.2. Then I'll give 5 stars...
A Google User
Jul 18, 2014
Not working on galaxy nexus stock 4.3
A Google User
Jun 16, 2014
Finally a Perfect Solution. My Note 3 recently came down with a bug where the auto rotation would intermittently turn itself off. I'd spent the last month poring over one forum after another trying all sorts of potential fixes, nothing worked. At last I found a thread where someone suggested using this and changing the behavior of double tapping the home button to activate the Orientation Switch. It works!! And it's such a speedy/fast/reliable solution. Thank you!!