The Google I/O 2018 held successfully last week in Mountain View, California. It was a treat for developers and Android users; there had been some new announcements from Google. When Google introduced the latest version of Android OS is Android P. Android P, the one of most ambitious OS from the tech giant came up with many surprises. There has been so much talk about the latest features and offering with this new OS; the new gesture-based system is worth discussing here. Mobile application developers look forward to expressing their creativity with it.
Soon, you will not find more buttons on your Android based device, your finger swipe will be more intense here. When iPhone X’s gesture-based feature hit the ground; it created a lot of buzz. Android users started seeking similar feature for their devices, it took some time to Google to present this feature in Android OS. Can you dig it?
Android P is the first one to bring this swipe-based gesture system in the Android OS family. Android P’s gesture-based system interface has a close resemblance with iPhone X’s similar interface. Really, an Android device without a HOME Button!
Yes, the annoying Home button is no more with Android P!
They got parted in the recent Google I/O. It’s been years, Android was using the three-button navigation system for its devices; Home button, Back button, and Multitasking button. And, it became easier for Android user to hit the Home button and back button. You will miss these buttons in Android P.
Your phone understands your touch – the gesture-based system!
Android P became smarter with this new feature; your device understands your touch. It’s a small oblong button at the bottom of the display of your phone. People who used iPhone X, they can relate it. Ideally, Google developed it for a better user experience, though Android P beta requires to enable it to gain access. This bar-shaped oblong button comes with multiple quick tricks for various task.
Different gestures – Different uses!
Google has done a really impressive job with this gesture-based navigation and responsive feel. Simply swiping up the button will display a card-like interface with horizontal multitasking menu is really great. The app overview includes the recently used apps, a search bar, and 5 predicted apps; a longer swipe will bring access to All App Screen, you can check out all installed app here. The “Quick Scrub” gesture or a left or right swipe on the screen will allow you to shuffle between the recent apps you used. Now, you have the whole screen of your Android phone to touch it here and there.
Android P cares user, let’s see!
Android P cares for you; like a girlfriend, don’t get surprised! At least the “Shush” – Do Not Disturb feature does care for you. If you keep your phone face down, it automatically gets silent. This doesn’t end here, the “Wind down” option will turn up the interface gray when you specify your sleep time. You will eventually end up less using your phone during sleep time.
Though, Google is still developing Android P as it is in the beta preview mode only. There could be multiple changes and development to it. Until we have the first release with us. We can’t say what else it is going to be there in Google’s Android P. We can’t even deny this fact that even Google has this dilemma that whether to chuck the buttons completely or not. However, Google is future ready with it’s OS, devices, smart wearable and more!
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