“Wishing your Android phone or tablet had a tap-to-sleep feature? Here’s how to get it.” It’d be an understatement if we say that phablets are highly popular in India. Android phones are getting bigger and bigger, while new tablets with calling features are being launched every other day. Having a large screen at your disposal definitely takes usage to another level – with everything from web browsing to gaming, and media viewing to multitasking getting a boost. The downside of these large devices, of course, is that they aren’t so pocketable and easy to handle as their smaller counterparts. One aspect that’s usually highlighted when talking about device handling is the placement of the power key, and whether it can be easily accessed or not. Power keys on phablets are usually placed on the right so they can be accessed easily when using the device with a single hand, but some manufacturers choose to place them on the top. Regardless of where the power / sleep key is located on your Android device, imagine how convenient it would be if you could just put it to sleep with just a single tap on the screen. Of course, such a feature would be extremely handy not only for Android phones, but slates as well. And it could be a life-saver in case you’ve somehow managed to damage the power button on your Android-powered gizmo. Here’s how to enable tap-to-sleep for any Android smartphone or tablet. Your device doesn’t need to be rooted, and all you’ll need is a free app called Standby Touch Advanced.