OnePlus has dropped an update for the OnePlus launcher on your smartphone that adds a few useful little tweaks to navigation and search. I’ve already seen it on my OnePlus 8, and it’s a pretty nice upgrade. OnePlus Launcher v 4.4 So what’s new? Once you grab the update from the Play Store, you’ll notice […]
Come comment on this article: OnePlus Launcher updated to version 4.4 with better app switching and quick search gestures
Google typically refrains from altering much in final betas of new Android versions, however the latest and final Beta 5 of Android Q addresses many issues introduced in earlier builds while introducing its own. Since the inception of Google‘s Android Beta program with Nougat in 2016, Google has followed a cadence of five pre-release builds […]
Come comment on this article: Penultimate Android Q Beta reaching Pixels with messy gestures and tweaks
Just a few weeks after Google released the initial beta for Android Q, the company is offering its first update. Android Q beta 2 arrives today, along with an updated SDK for developers. The preview of the upcoming operating system shows off Google's…
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Google has released an incremental update for their newly rebranded Wear OS, and this time they’re focusing on making the interface more swipe and gesture friendly. It’s a small change, but also one that should hopefully make Wear OS a more compelling options for users and partners. It would also probably help if Google would […]
Come comment on this article: Google releases Wear OS 2.1 update that focuses on swiping and gestures
It’s not much of a secret that HTC is working on hardware gestures for its upcoming HTC U 11 flagship device, including a way to squeeze the sides of the phone to interact with it. It’s a very cool concept, but I think it’s safe to say we’re all interested in actually seeing it in […]
Come comment on this article: HTC teases 360 degree video capture and squeeze gestures
Google's Pixel has an Android feature that enables you to swipe down on your phone's fingerprint sensor to open your notifications. The option made its debut with the Pixel, leaving Nexus owners wondering when they'd be able to join the party. Now, 9…
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Your smartwatch just got smarter. Android Wear 1.4 Marshmallow introduces big new features, including support for phone calls on select devices, support for third-party messaging app dictation, and a bevy of new gestures.
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