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Android Q beta 5 changes the gesture behavior!better gestures behavior in Android Q! #AndroidQ


hello friend welcome to tech withravi channel
today we will talk about android Q beta 5 update,we’re getting closer to the final
release of Android Q. Like every new version of Android, there have been a couple of controversial
changes. One of these changes is the full gesture navigation,
which is thankfully optional so you can opt out at any time. One aspect of the new gesture controls has
left many users and developers confused. Besides changing the navigation bar behavior,
Google also added a new gesture that lets you go back by swiping inward from either
side of the display. That conflicted with the navigation drawers
in many applications, so Google recommended app developers block inward swipes if they
continue to use navigation drawers in their apps. Today, a developer from the Android team at
Google posted that a new solution is on the way. According to Android Developer Relations member
Chris Banes, Google is changing the behavior of the back navigation gesture in the upcoming
fifth beta of Android Q. You will be able to open the navigation drawer by “peeking”
near the drawer. Basically, to open the drawer you tap the
edge of the display and hold briefly until it sort of “pops” out. Then you can continue dragging it open. Huawei has been using a similar approach on
devices with the EMUI system for quite some time. Thanks to this change, you won’t have to
do a weird diagonal swipe from the side of the screen as some users have recommended. Tapping on the hamburger menu button may be
preferable for some, but it is very difficult to stretch your finger that far on larger
devices.

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