Lover it or hate it, Android 10 is a big improvement over Android 9 Pie. Based on previous versions, most flagships will be released in the last two years Android 10, but the question is when. So while you wait for those cool new gestures, how about I show you an app that gives you a near identical experience?
There are several third-party apps on the Play Store for this, but the one I found to have the best balance of control and consistency is Fluid Navigation Gestures. You can customize it to exactly like Android 10 or a little different.
Step 1: Install Fluid Navigation Gestures
As I mentioned, Fluid Navigation Gestures (FNG) is one of the best gesture control apps on the Play Store. Not only does it work very well, but it is free to use with a premium version for even more features.
Open FNG and when you arrive at the main page, select "Enabled." You'll be taken to a page with two permissions. Select each one to be redirected to the corresponding menu where you want to tap the toggle to enable it. Once again, turn on the main page and select "Enable" again to turn on Fluid Navigation Gestures.
Select "Bottom edge" on the Main page to be redirected to its customization options. Right above the navigation bar are blue rectangles with gear icons above them.
Select the center area's gear icon (labeled Action # 2). Choose "Quick swipe" and select "Home" from the list. Then select "Swipe & hold" and select "Recent apps." Touch the prompt to return to the bottom edge's settings page.
Now, return to the main page and select "Left edge." Tap the gear icon over the blue area and choose "Swipe & hold." Select "None" from the list. If for some reason, select "Quick swipe" and select "Back." Return to the left edge's settings menu and select "swipe up" under Additional Gestures . Choose Assistant from the list. Finally, I recommend raising the "Sensitivity" if you are using a curved display.
Return to the main page, choose "Right edge," and repeat the same steps as the "Left edge." Once completed, all the Android 10 gestures are in place. How to Get Android 10's New Gestures on Any Phone ” width=”532″ height=”532″ style=”max-width:532px;height:auto;”/>