- In Home Screen, go to Apps.
- Long press the app you would like to use.
- Choose Optimize.
- Tap the Navigation Ball during the use of a third-party app.
- Tap the App Optimization button.
Note: This shows the default setting. The Navigation Ball Settings on your device may vary. Please refer to the Navigation Ball page for more info.
DPI Setting: DPI means dots per inch. Here it is used to adjust the interface size of the app. You can decrease the value if you find some content of the interface cropped, or increase the value if you find the overall interface is too small. You can also toggle on "Use APP's default DPI" to use the default setting.
Bold Font: Here you can embolden the fonts of titles, menus and body text to increase their clarity.
Cloud Optimization: Here you can manually search the cloud for the best optimization settings of this app.
Note: The Cloud Optimization is not available for all apps.
Reset All: Here you can reset all optimization settings to the original ones.
Optimization Switch: Here you can enable / disable all your optimization settings instead of resetting them.
Add strokes to text: Here you can drag the slider or input a value to add strokes to the text to increase their clarity.
Background Color: Here you can drag the slider or input a value to lighten the background color. Sometimes it can be used to bleach the watermarks in the app.
App Display: Here you can enable/disable or customize the contrast and color settings for the app. If toggled off, the system-level contrast and color settings will take effect instead. Please refer to the Contrast and Color page in the System Settings chapter.
Other Color: Here you can adjust the icon and cover colors of the app.
Note: Enabling this function may increase power consumption.
Note: Only available for apps with handwriting functions including OneNote, Evernote, WPS and more in the future.