Last weekend we told you that some captures had revealed the possibility that navigation gestures in the style of the iPhone X can arrive with Android P. Now new details reveal how it could work Android P multitasking with the gestures borrowed from the iPhone X and its iOS 11.
This week we told you how to have one of the new features of Android P on another Android mobile, as always thanks to the work of the scene behind the Google operating system.
A few days ago we saw some images that Google hastened to erase , in which you could see some new navigation icons, with a small horizontal line, which reminds us of the one used in iOS 11 by the iPhone X , to make up for the lack of physical buttons under the screen. Now more details have been known about how multitasking could work of the operating system. In fact it is expected that the reel of open or recent applications change its orientation, going from vertical to horizontal in Android P, as it has been known during this week.
Now to add more fuel to the fire, they assure that Android P will allow to move between the last two open apps with a gesture of lateral sliding , from the new horizontal line to the sides of the screen. Ensures that this new feature will be implemented in Android P, so that navigation in the mobile all screen with the Google system would be easier navigation, although yes, at the risk of Google being accused of copying the solutions of Apple to supply the functions of the Touch ID in the iPhone X .
So although there is still no clear evidence in the form of image, video or filtered code, there is already talk about insisting that Google would already have implemented a change between applications and multitasking with the gesture of sliding left or right at the bottom of the screen, something that would be made public in the Google I / O, always e starting from the horizontal line that as we reminded you leaked a few days ago.
So a little update on this navigation situation: I’m told for sure that the current internal implementation let’s you swipe left and right on the pill just like iPhone X. https://t.co/oyi28jWWbP
– Stephen Hall (@hallstephenj) April 21, 2018
On one hand it makes sense that Google adapts the system to new phones with large screens and without physical buttons, but on the other, we would not like to see copied these functions of the iPhone on Android, it would not hurt a bit of originality.