We are happy to announce that Xperia/AOSP NavBar Buttons Mod APK + OBB (Unlocked Everything) is now available to download. This awesome Personalization App is recently updated on Mar 21, 2018 and have a size of only about 964k. Let’s check more details on the App.
- App Name: Xperia/AOSP NavBar Buttons
- App Size: 964k
- App Version: 6.3 (build 03202346)
- Package: com.gzplanet.xposed.xperianavbarbuttons
- Genre: Apps > Personalization
- Publisher: Andy Wong
- MOD Features: Unlocked Premium Features
- Requires: 4.0 and above
The new Xperia/AOSP NavBar Buttons a new contender in the competition that will soon become one of the most popular App on Android. Apr 21, 2014 is the day when this application was made available for common users. Equip your phone with the 6.3 (build 03202346) version of this app and then use the app to observe the difference.
This application is compatible with devices using 4.0 or newer versions. It has been a top ranked Personalization Application on app stores for a long time. It contains no weird thing and therefore it is a suitable Android App for everyone .
You can download this app for free and explore its features. Do not worry about data because it is only 964k in size and you get it for free. Andy Wong has created this app and he promises to improve it and add many new features. This app is popular because 500,000+ installs on Play Store proves this fact.
Getting 3.8 out of 5 stars on the Google Play Store is not easy, but this app has got that rating. 695 users have revealed true performance of this application in their reviews on Play Store. The developers added some amazing features and released the latest update on Mar 21, 2018.
- Score: 3.8 out of 5
- Ratings: 2,060
- Release Date: Apr 21, 2014
- Last Updated: Mar 21, 2018
- Reviews: 695
- Price: Free
- Installs: 500,000+
- Supports Ads: No
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