Most of the time need features that enable the users to do things quickly and are time savers. Just do things like this Google brings a feature of the predictive back tap feature of the Android 13 in this when the user comes out from the app to the homescreen. With this user can access the apps and also able to preview the previous screen.
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At the 2022 Android Developer Summit’s Platform while designing the latest Android feature apps the company mention the falsing. They further explain that when the user accidentally exits the apps it affects the app usage metrics. The company also says that gesture navigation is a fast, natural, and ergonomic interaction model.
It can be tested for apps that have already added support, like Google Phone and TV, by enabling from Developer options. Android 14 will enable predictive back by default, while the upcoming OS is set to offer a similar experience when [users] swipe within the app.
Enable users is going back by leveraging default or custom animations. The early example we get today is of Google Calendar opening to an event and then a person slowly swiping back. As that occurs, the fullscreen events page shrinks until you start to see the previous screen.
It is grouped with an animation from Google Calendar that shows the inline event card contracting in the list. When swiping from the left edge on iOS shows your previous screen via a sliding pane metaphor that first reveals the left side of the previous screen.
Lastly, currently, in Android, because of the card preferences so the current view gets compact.
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