Google will make another big improvement to Android Q’s gesture navigation before release

Before Android 10 Q is released later this summer, Google is continuing to experiment with and improve its gesture-based navigation. Recently, the company moved so close to Apple’s iPhone X approach that it almost feels like a carbon copy. But to do that, Google had to rethink Android’s traditional back button. Instead of keeping an on-screen button, Android Q will use a swiping motion — inward from either side of the screen — for the back feature.

This change immediately clashed with the slide-out menus used in countless smartphone apps. Many of them let you tap a hamburger menu icon to access that pane, but those icons can often be in a tough place to reach (like at the top left corner of the screen) when our phones keep getting…

Continue reading…

Main Source
Author

You might also like More from author

Comments are closed.