How to Disable Auto-Move for Individual Apps on Android?
The auto-rotate feature on Android automatically changes screen orientation based on how you hold your phone.

This can be good for snappily switching from portrayal to geography mode, maybe for watching a YouTube videotape in full screen. still, if you also go on Twitter and accidentally cock your phone too far, you may find yourself tipping back and forth to acclimate the exposure of your screen for portrayal.

Rotation Control Pro allows you to manage individual screen exposure settings for all your apps. This means you can lock Twitter in portrayal, force Instagram to geography, and allow YouTube to switch freely between the two.

How to Install and Use Rotation Control on Your Android Device?
If you want to disable screen rotation for some select apps, or enable rotation for apps that don't normally allow it, Rotation Control Pro can do just that.

Rather than just being a endless overlay, or being an app you have to open when you want to rearrange your screen, Rotation Control Pro lets you automate screen gyration settings for each individual app. allows The app is$2.99 on Google Play, but a free trial interpretation can be downloaded and used for two days to check if it works for your requirements.

Download: Rotation Control (Free trial) | Rotation Control Pro ($2.99)

  1. After installing the app, you will be asked to enable several permissions. This is simply so that the rotation control can be notified and displayed on other apps when an app is launched.
  2. In the menu, make sure Gyration control and Per- App settings are enabled. By dereliction, they should be.
  3. Tap Per- App gyration settings, elect the apps whose settings you want to change, also change their settings.

How to Install and Use Rotation Control on Your Android Device?
You can lock specific apps in geography or portrayal mode. You can also put them in bus- rotate mode, or simply tell them to follow whatever gyration setting is enabled on your device. Whether you have bus- rotate enabled or impaired, you can set any app's gyration preferences.

On YouTube or Twitter, you can lock the orientation in portrait mode. Instagram can't be viewed in landscape mode by traditional means, but Rotation Control Pro allows just that—and it does so without issue.

Note: You may see a announcement labeled" Useless announcement". The app itself prompts you to disable gyration control announcements, as they're considered placeholders and serve no purpose.

If you're looking to further tweak your phone's user interface and settings, you can do so by accessing Android's hidden System UI Tuner.

Enjoy the Simplicity of Rotation Control Pro
Rotation Control Pro adds a great new layer of customization to your Android device, and it does a great job. If you want or need more control over your device's orientation settings, it wouldn't hurt to try the Rotation Control trial, and you'll want to see if this is the app for you.

Fortunately, if gyration control is not enough to enhance and epitomize your stoner experience, there are plenitude of apps for Android that will change the way you use your phone.