I have a slight suspicion that the name given to this app does not originate solely from the need to correctly convey what Touch Me actually does, but also from the unscrupulous desire of attracting more than its fair share of interested users. That was a mouthful, wasn't it? ;)
Touch Me: Assistive Touch from Cool Apps tries to emulate the original feature found on iPhones and iPads. It copies the look and feel. I wonder if this are enough grounds for Apple to sue, but I guess the developer is too small for the huge corporation to bother. Touch Me consists of an "always on top" button that expands into a menu, similar to how folders behave on the springboard. The menu can be customized by adding or removing shortcuts to apps and device controls alike, including switches for rotation lock, Bluetooth and WiFi.
You won't know how well Touch Me works unless you install it and rate it. However, uninstalling can be a bit tricky. If you follow the developer's instructions, you should dive into the device settings menu and remove Touch Me from the device administrator list. Apparently staying on top makes things too complicated for it to remove itself as an administrator once you decide to uninstall it.
Touch Me Assistive Touch clearly capitalizes on the ideas of clickbait and iNostalgia. yes, it is functional, but I cannot find a reason why i should keep it. I get all the quick functions that I want from Android's drop down menu without having a button cluttering the screen all the time. Good intentions though.