The Google Play Store tests a gesture that simplifies navigation in its interface
By Julio Ventura 2019-06-06 265 0
The Google Play Store is a platform that knows a lot of tests to make it more enjoyable. That's how we got the deployment of the white interface a few weeks ago.
This time, the application store is tackling a small detail that has been quite annoying so far: when you went to an app page and opened one of the illustration images, the only way to go back was to press the back button on your smartphone. It wasn't very practical.
However, many users now indicate that they can leave an image on the Play Store simply by dragging their thumb down the screen. It was recently reported by an Android Police reader - and several commentators below the article also confirm this.
For my part, I can also enjoy this little something new on my Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (Android 8.1 Oreo, version 12.9.30 of the Play Store), but this is not the case for Goran who uses a Razer Phone 2 (Android 8.1 Oreo, version 12.9.12 of the Play Store).
This new gesture seems to be still in the test phase, so there is no guarantee that everyone will benefit, or when exactly.
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