The third developer preview of Android Q brought several new features, one of which is quite controversial: iPhone-like gestures. Once activated, the Home button disappears. In its place, swipe upstairs to go home. And let's say, where is the back button going? To navigate through apps, you can swipe left or right on the screen to get where you need to go.
After a few minutes of use some employees Verge really like the changes since then Switching between iOS 12 and Android Q is a little less upsetting. Others are not sold with the gestures, though this is usually the case with new features.
If you would like to try these gestures, we have described the following steps for activating them on your phone. But before you get started, you'll need to install the latest beta version of Android Q on your device. It is available for all pixels and 1
- Open the Settings app and navigate to System.
- Click Gestures, and tap System Navigation
- You can toggle "Full Gesture Navigation", replacing the navigation buttons with a long, thin line at the bottom of the screen.  If you choose To return to the layout with two or three buttons, follow the same steps again to switch back.