Samsung's Galaxy smartphones are extremely powerful and impressive devices, but for a long time they've missed one hidden feature that people have been able to access on Apple iPhones. On iPhone you can access a setting that lets you double tap on the back of your phone to use a shortcut, like taking a screenshot or opening Siri. Now, at … [Read more...] about How to use the Samsung Galaxy back tap gesture
YouTube says the update makes it easier for users to watch and interact with their favorite videos. What you need to know The YouTube mobile app has been updated with a bunch of new features. You can now enter full screen mode simply by swiping up on a video and exit by swiping down. The revamped Video Chapters feature now shows … [Read more...] about YouTube Mobile app gets new gesture controls and video chapter lists
Google introduced double tap at the back gesture with Android 11 developer preview, and so did Apple with its iOS 14. Using it, one can customize a double or triple tap on the back of the phone to activate certain features. Thanks to a third-party XDA developer, you can now get the double-tap gesture from iOS 14 or Android 11 on any phone out … [Read more...] about Get iOS 14, Android 11 Double-Tap Gesture on Any Phone
Windows have long back introduced the precision tpuchpads and touchpad gestures. There is nothing new about it, but what made the difference is Windows 10. Windows 10 has made controlling the gesture a simple process. Nowadays a standard laptop is expected to come with a precision touchpad. this implies that there are high possibility … [Read more...] about How To Bind A Keyboard Shortcut To A Swipe Gesture In Windows 10?
Touchpad gestures and precision touchpads have been a part of Windows for a long time. It’s only in Windows 10 that Microsoft has made it so simple to modify a gesture and control what it does. A fairly recent laptop is likely to come with a precision touchpad so chances are you have one and you can make use of gestures in Windows 10. Among the … [Read more...] about How To Bind A Keyboard Shortcut To A Swipe Gesture In Windows 10
Over the last couple of months, Google has released a couple of design changes for the YouTube app on Android. These include a test to show channel previews in the comments section, a new Explore tab to help users find new videos, new filters in the subscription feed, a UI update to move the comments section below the video description. Now, … [Read more...] about YouTube adds a swipe down gesture to exit fullscreen videos
Back in 2014, Google added Android app support on Chrome OS — the company’s light-weight operating system for more traditional computing form factors. Thanks to the Android app support, Chrome OS-powered machines weren’t just limited to web-based applications and users could enjoy their favorite Android applications on a larger device with … [Read more...] about Chrome OS 80 introduces Android 10-like gesture navigation