New Android Q beta Improved Gesture and Folding Screen Simulator
Android Q beta 2 has
officially opened the SDK to developers, including features such as improved
gestures, multiplex chat bubbles, and folding screen simulators.
According to 9to5Google,
you can use your finger to swipe horizontally across the new navigation bar to
complete a quick switch between apps (sorted by open order). XDA-Developers
also found that in this version of the beta there is an option to replace the
Android "Pills" navigation key with a "long strip" similar
to iOS. If the future really changes, then Android's navigation interaction is
not good enough to further iOS.
In addition, the new beta
also supports a chat bubble system like Facebook Instant Messenger, which
allows users to quickly respond to various types of messages without jumping
out of the current app. Finally, in order to allow developers to adapt quickly
to the folding screen mobile phone that will be officially launched in the
market, Google has also added a corresponding emulator in the system.