As you know, not too long ago Google gave us the release of the second Android Pre Developer Preview, and this allowed us to see, finally, a more mature version and closer to the stable operating system that we like so much.
As we have already taught you, we have tried it in depth, and it has left us with an excellent taste. Both for its operation and for its new features, and, speaking of these, today we are going to show you what are the innovations of Android P that MIUI already had, the Xiaomi customization layer.
One of the biggest innovations we have seen in this second Android Pre Developer Preview is the inclusion of gestures in the navigation bar of the operating system, which has gone from having three buttons, to have two, or even only one if we are in the launcher.
And this makes it possible for us to slide our finger on the lower bar – the traditional home button – we can, For example, change quickly between our recent applications, what we say:
However, prior to this, MIUIwith a system identical to what we can see on the iPhone X, which It is the first terminal that has implemented them, in an incredibly comfortable and intuitive way, by the way.
One of the innovations that we most liked to find in Android P has been the change, which was already necessary, in the animations of the system.
And it is that, although it is an aspect of the system in which we do not usually fix, The truth is that thanks to these can completely change the feeling we have when using our terminal, both for good and for bad.
And, with Android P, we have seen how the Oreo animations changed to become in-out, that is, the application that we open will open from the place where it is located in the launcher, and the same at the time of close, which was one of the great innovations of MIUI 9.
Last but not least, we have multitasking. Since Android 5.0 Lollipop, we are accustomed to the applications that we have open are available in the form of letters that overlap, and this, aesthetically is brutal, we will not deny.
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However, with the arrival of the gestures to the navigation bar, Google has decided that it would be much more consistent to show the applications in multitasking horizontally instead of vertical, as happens in MIUI and, why not say it, in iOS.