Manufacturers of modern smartphones try to make frameless screens so we can enjoy the entire available surface. Unfortunately, applications still receive a smaller portion of the screen due to system elements. And you can hide them.

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Fullscreen Immersive will help hide the status bar and/or navigation on a smartphone without root.

After you grant the app the necessary permissions you have the choice of three modes:

  • nothing to hide;
  • to hide the navigation bar;
  • hide navigation bar and status.

All three modes do exactly what is written. Any of the modes can be enabled both globally and at startup of a particular application.

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