The path to updating Android with the following version 11 is underway: Google has just released the latest beta, compatible with Developer Preview 3 or DP3 (previous version of developer). It does not deliver the news too much, but there is a practical act to say the least: on Android 11 you can reduce the shutdown of applications. And by dipping your finger in the other direction.
Android has been constantly evolving and with minor changes after version; that leaked into the history of the most widely used mobile app in the world. And this popularity should be maintained not only for more privacy and security, but also for news: Android 11 has a few months left to see the light. And we already have among us the latest developer preview, DP3. We have tried and found various modifications, such as being very helpful in body touch. The menu of open-end apps greatly benefits performance.
By calming down the app opens again
With Android 10 Google matched the roaming action that it had officially launched on Android 9 Pie. With these touchpoints it's very easy to go back to the desktop or open the menu of apps that are finally open: sliding from the bottom of the screen to the top is very comfortable. Not only that: you can close those programs by dragging your finger up. And by previewing Developers 3 a different action can be taken at that time: open apps again by logging in.
As they found on 9to5Google, Google introduced a new feature with Android 11 DP3: this one fix the recently closed program. This action works well because you have to perform a counter-action on the action to close it (sliding down), but it's tricky to find it: we tried and it was hard for us to get the point, which is also not specified anywhere (it is still in development).
Performing a new action to open newly closed applications is confusing, even if it works well when the point is taken
When you slide your finger from the bottom of the apps to close the apps from the apps menu, the opposite happens to open what we close again: moving from top to bottom
In addition to this new initiative to open recently closed apps, Google introduced that adjustment of the touch sensitivity, which is done at the edge of the screen. From Android 11 DP3 you can change the sensitivity of the left and right edges to make it more difficult for the app to close when what you want shows you a side menu, for example.
The latest version of Android 11 developer only available to install on Google Pixel. We'll have to wait for summer for Google to introduce a stable system and see if they can finally keep all the new features we know in beta.
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