Google shows Android P with new iPhone X-Style gestures

At its Google I / O event that took place this morning in Mountain View, California, Google introduced features offered by Android P, a new versi of Android that is expected to be launched this autumn.

Google focuses three settings for Android P: simplicity, intelligence and digital well-being. Android P has a new interface focused gestures, similar to the interface introduced by Apple for the iPhone X. "The new design makes Android multitasking more accessible and easier to understand," explained the CEO from Android, Dave Burke, after explaining that Google has been working there for more than a year.

Android P eliminates the standard range of three home, back and multitasking butts that has been available Android devices for several years.

Instead, as with the iPhone X, there is a small oblg navigati butt at the bottom of the screen that allows multiple gestures like dragging up to access an interface similar to a map that displays a search bar and recently used apps. A simple upward glide goes directly into the applicati preview, which includes a list of recently used apps as well as a search bar and five apps scheduled at the bottom of the screen . You can browse apps to go ahead and browse them.

A secd pass up the butt ic opens a screen All applicatis where all the applicatis installed the device are located for quick access. "Architecturally, what we have de is to combine all the applicatis and viewing spaces in …

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