Auto rotate is a feature of Android that toggles your screen state between portrait and landscape depending upon your device orientation using the accelerometer sensor. I always keep this feature disabled because it tends to become more of an annoyance than it helps. Sometimes it stubbornly stays in a specific mode and you need to jolt it out of that position by shaking the phone.
But, there are apps like browser and TeamViewer that I want to open in landscape mode all the time, and Smart Rotator is the app that helps me with the job. Using this app you can select orientation for individual apps installed on your device. So let’s see how it’s done.
Last updated on 03 February, 2022
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