This week's Google I/O Conference, Android P Beta has undergone some adjustments, the most important of which may be the number of native navigation bar gestures.
The original three virtual buttons at the bottom are reduced to two. The left side is the return key and the middle one is a horizontal bar. The current logic is: click to return to the desktop, long press to start the Google Assistant, move up to enter the multitasking interface, and twice Scroll to the app drawer and right-click to query recently used apps.
Actually, the concept of gestures was not the first of its kind in iOS 11, and earlier webOS, Meego, and even BB10 systems could all be called pioneers.
Of course, one of the key differences between iOS 11 and Android P gestures is that Google still does not completely cut off the virtual keys, so click-based operations still exist.
According to XDA, Android Central interviewed Dave Burke, head of the Android software team. The latter said that they have done a great job of optimizing the gesture function. Developers and enthusiastic test users can quickly experience Arrived.