Android Q: Google tests Swipe Back gesture in the style of iPhone X navigation
By Linky Johnson 2019-04-25 153 0
As we already know, Google has been experimenting with various system navigation variations in Android Q for quite some time. Reason for this is, among other things, that one would like to say goodbye to the upcoming system update from the back button in the navigation.
Well in the current system image of Android Q via ADB command a new swipe gesture can be activated, which seems to allow a back-navigate by wiping from the left or right edge of the screen.
So far, all this can only guess, because the feature currently only fades in an arrow, as soon as you wipe from the edge. A corresponding animation unfortunately does not take place yet. You can find out how to activate the gesture yourself in the article by XDA Developers. However, this is really only recommended for those who know what they are doing with their smartphone, for whom root and ADB are no foreign words.
Given the interaction with the often-used, fold-out side menus that can be opened by wiping gesture from the edge, it should be here under Android certainly one or the other maneuvering criticism of the discovered swipe back gesture. As a fan of navigation from the iPhone X, however, I also know how fast that gesture can go into the heart and blood.
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