Android Q’s Gesture-Based Navigation Will Work Much More Like the iPhone

Android Q’s Gesture-Based Navigation Will Work a Lot Like the iPhone
Google Android update to Android Q, no back button. Android launched a redesign navigation system on Android 9 Pie. This latest update is influenced by iOS. Android Q’s gesture-based navigation system is much influenced by iPhone X having a single home button.

Google Android tried to copy but the execution is not that good as per the reviews.

It seems Google is conscious of this, and it’s taking steps to enhance Android Q version. According to, XDA Developers, they got to know about the early developing of Android Q’s feature, an upgraded navigation system, and it is similarly operated as latest iPhones.

It is the first time Google is making happen only a single, pill-shaped home button to get rid of the dedicated back button. Preferably back button, you can now easily swipe left on the home button to go back on apps which is one of the best solutions than having a dedicated back button.

Most importantly, Google is updating the animation to switch between apps. Here is a demo and illustration of the updated navigation system:

The report says Android Q update is expected to introduce in May at Google I/O 2019. Major update includes introducing the latest native system-wide dark mode and advanced privacy controls.


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