You can master Android 10 Gesture Navigation with this 8 tips
Android 10 is slowly reaching more Android phones in the market available today, and as it does, it adds the option gesture navigation, which uses swipes and taps instead of the three buttons on the bottom of your smartphone. You might be used to getting around your phone. These new gestures are very iPhone-like, but that’s not a bad thing.
For example, if the home screen or a quick swipe across the bottom of the screen to go back to the previous app you’ll switch back used to swipe from the bottom of the screen. Once you can use the new gestures, allowing you to easily navigate your phone.
How to enable gesture on Android 10
1. Open the Settings app
2. Scroll to the bottom of the app and tap on System
3. Select Gestures
4.Tap on System navigation
5. Select Gesture navigation
Your screen will flash and will run a button at the bottom of your screen after a few seconds just attended. Their place will be a single white line.
How to get to the home screen
A quick swipe up from the bottom of your phone’s screen will take you back to your home screen.
Get to the multitasking view
To view all open apps, you swipe up from the bottom of the screen but pause about a third of the way up the screen.
Quickly switch between apps
Swipe to quickly switch between the apps screen to the small lines on the right bottom of the can. And when you begin to scroll through open apps, you are between the front and rear apps, you can swipe to the left in the same area.
Access the app drawer
Accessing the app drawer is simple. From the home screen, just swipe up. It’s the same gesture you use to get back to the home screen from inside an app.
Launch Google Assistant
Press and to provide a supportive motion without a Home button Google, how do you use to Eve without the use of an assistant? You can see that Android 10 will randomly each bottom corner of a white line screen displayed briefly. Handle, if you will, you are able to Google subsidiary. To be pointed up in the middle of the screen – and see when you show support day – you’re doing it right when you look at the bottom of a Google subsidiary, blue, red, yellow and screen during the green race needs to be figured out.
How do I go back?
A back button and the next replacement Google is using Android 10, Android phone to navigate the lack of changes in the shocking.
To go back to the left or right edge of the screen, swipe. This is a quick gesture, and you may as is shown on a screen arrow, you know when you’ve done it right. As you stand as slow I was not at the top of the GIF; This is a quick swipe with just the edge.
This hasn’t changed, but it’s worth mentioning again. When in a multitasking view, swipe up on an app’s card — pushing it off the top of the screen — to close out the app.
Android 10 Dark Mode
Do you suffer from headaches or difficulty sleeping at night? Your phone and other electronic devices can be attributed to the blue light. Thankfully, dark blue light extraction mode, as well as helping to make you can help protect your phone’s precious battery life.
So, you can begin to overcome improve dark mode your sleep and headaches in use today? Read this, and we have everything you need to know about your Android device will show a dark mode.
How to turn on dark mode in Android 10
- Go to Settings > Display > Dark Theme and toggle it on.
There was a session at Google I/O that addressed this idea of dark mode saving battery life, particularly with OLED screens. When pixels are lit individually, as with OLED displays, dark pixels are effectively off, and so dark backgrounds use less battery. According to the I/O session, Android 10’s dark theme can reduce battery consumption in some apps by up to 60%. That’s a major potential improvement.
The dark theme is going to be a standard part of the battery saving mode because of this potential power saving. If you’re unable to install Android 10 right now, keep an eye on our to guide to when your phone will get Android 10.