Google may be taking a clue from MIUI and the iPhone to deeper integrate horizontal gestures in Android Q.
We’ve speculated that Google may be shaking up navigation gestures in Android Q to make up for the bland and boring system it revealed with Android Pie. Companies like OnePlus and Xiaomi have used their own gestures for awhile, and their mature offerings made Google’s attempt look a little weak. This hidden gesture discovered by XDA member paphonb seems to indicate that Google is experimenting with a new side-scrolling feature to move forward and back. You’ll see what I mean if you watch this short video made using the Android Q emulator.
The LG G8 ThinQ is finally available. There are a lot of settings turned off by default that may be useful in improving the experience of using the phone. We’ve rounded up 11 key settings for you to change on the G8.
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The Galaxy S10 is the hottest phone around nowadays, and whether you bought one or are about to, we wanted to share a few of tips to help you make the most of your new device. Samsung has done a great job with its latest flagship by packing it with a bunch of features, among which some aren’t even activated by default, while others are just waiting to be disabled. The manufacturer also likes to conceal some of these deep down in the menus so only the bravest can find them. Read More
25 tips and tricks to set up your Galaxy S10 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Google’s Wear OS (formerly Android Wear) runs on loads of smartwatches now, but are you aware of everything it can do? These 16 tips and tricks will help you make the most of your smartwatch in a matter of minutes.
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