One of the barriers to current cellular distribution is its size. Screen diagonals are much larger and although the scale makes them less crowded than before, they are higher.
This makes it difficult to use them with one hand in many cases, though fortunately there are applications that help us with that task. The last one we found is called Quick reference.
So you can use the cellphone with one hand
The concept of this app is simple. We can use the lower part of the screen as a mouse or computer trackpad, slide a finger and move the cursor, which will appear at the top, with one thumb.
When we are on top of something we want to press, we touch the screen again, and it will open.
The only downside is that it interferes with the physical touch of Android 10, so we'll have to be careful, or use the standard navigation buttons in the system.
Free app with payment options
When we go to options and adjustments we will see that we have something available. Of course, there are advanced functions that are blocked by the Pro version, but they are not necessary for basic use. We will have to provide access to the accessibility functions since the application runs over other applications, as expected.
The option to display notifications is lost, one of the most common daily actions. At least we can use the scroll down function if our mobile launcher supports it, as in the case of Samsung, OPPO or Huawei.
As if the app is not enough, we should emphasize that the app is free and has no advertising, so if you are hesitant to install it or not, you can try it without obligation.