Samsung pousse son geste un geste nav app pour la jouer Stor…

Samsung pousse son geste un geste nav app pour la jouer Stor…

Samsung pushes its One Hand Operation gesture nav app to the Play Store

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Samsung pousse son geste un geste nav app au magasin de jeu


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41 réflexions au sujet de “Samsung pousse son geste un geste nav app pour la jouer Stor…”

  1. I hope they publish more of their Good Lock stuff on the play store. They’ll get a wider audience, and for us not in the « core » regions…it lets us bypass the galaxy store region locks.

    On topic, the One hand operation+ is imo the best and most natural way to use gestures on Android.

  2. This is a big deal. Samsung never advertised this app in their own Galaxy app store. If they market this properly, this will add a lot of credibility to their brand. I’ve been using this since my purchase of the Note 9

  3. I only found about this yesterday from the Good Lock app, it’s literally a game changer, I have a Note 8 and relatively small hands, the amount of times I’ve dropped my phone on my face whilst laid down trying to adjust my grip to reach the back button. This should be on the phone by default, it’s awesome.

  4. Nice, I am using their bottom gesture, now with this I can also use left/right. I hope samsung keep putting their good lock on playstore. Tired with these region lock

  5. I just got the s10 and I’m glad I saw this or I wouldn’t even know about this. For Galaxy’s though why isn’t this just embedded into the settings?

  6. Definitely worth a try if you’re still looking to find the perfect gestures for you 🙂

    MIUI and FLuidNG set to mimic MIUI are my favorite right now. But to each their own.

  7. The one thing that’s missing in the app is that you can’t hide your navbar and have a bar at the bottom. I want that every swipe up brings me home.. So I need to stick to Fluid NG.

  8. I haven’t been using this but I have been using my Note 9’s built in gesture nav. Basically just swipe up from the bottom of the screen: on the left is app switcher, middle is home, right is recent apps. At first I didn’t like it because it’s a little slower, but then I realized how often I kept noticing how impressive the screen seemed, and realized it was because the nav buttons are gone. Now I keep it and I’m really enjoying it.

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