Tag Archive: swipe

You can now customize Gmail for Android’s swipe actions

Gmail for Android has supported a swipe gesture within the mobile app for quite some time, but, up until today, it has been severely limited in scope.

Swiping on an email within the Android app has archived that message no matter what, which may have been the best possible option for some users. However, swipe actions have become a normal feature within the majority of email apps these days, and the general rule of thumb has been to provide plenty  [Read More…]

Gmail now lets you customize swipe actions on emails

Available in v8.5.20 of the app.

Gmail’s desktop site got a huge redesign in late April, but since then, the Android app has remained more or less the same. However, the v8.5.20 update adds a handy trick we think a lot of you will like — customizable swipe actions.

Prior to this update, swiping left or right on an email in your inbox would archive it. This is a handy tool, but the limitation to  [Read More…]

How to enable the swipe gesture navigation in Android P

Among all of the great things introduced in Android P at yesterday’s Google I/O, the swipe gesture navigation was perhaps the most exciting. Here’s how to enable it on your phone should you wish to try out Android P beta!

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Android 8.1 causing swipe issues on Pixel and Nexus devices

Swiping woes.

Android 8.1 was a pretty minor update when it was released in early December, and while it added nice touches such as enabling the Pixel Visual Core and a new security patch, it also introduced a new bug that doesn’t appear to have been fixed since it was discovered nearly a month ago.

On December 7, a thread was started on Google’s support site titled “Android 8.1 Issues” with a user reporting that swiping up  [Read More…]

Reigns : Rule your kingdom with a swipe of your finger (Review)

When it comes to games that give you the role of a ruling king, I’d say that 9 times out of 10 you are in the middle of a deep strategy game, requiring you to know who to barter with, go to war with, and when to adjust the price of wares sold to keep […]

Android 7.1.2 adds fingerprint ‘swipe for notifications’ to Nexus 5X (and probably Nexus 6P)

A small but useful gesture is coming to older Nexus devices.

The Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P inherited a few of the Pixel’s biggest features when they were upgraded to Android 7.1.1 last year, but one thing the popular devices didn’t receive was the ability to swipe down from their rear fingerprint sensors to open the notification shade — a minor but popular convenience on the Pixel.

Now, despite assertions from Googlers that it may  [Read More…]

Swipe It: Simple premise, simple play, simple game (review)

Overview Swipe it is an unabashedly simple Android game for all ages from developer M/Games, where the goal is to swipe your screen in the same direction as the game indicates, as long as you can until you screw up and have to start over. That’s really all there is to say for an intro;

Swipe Elite Note offers a 5.5-inch 720p display, 3GB RAM and LTE for just ₹7,999

Swipe Technologies has launched the Elite Note in India, with the phone going up for sale on Flipkart. The highlight of the phone is that it offers a 5.5-inch 720p display as well as 3GB of RAM and LTE connectivity for just ₹7,999.

The dual-SIM Elite Note runs the vendor’s custom Freedom OS atop Android 5.0 Lollipop. Under the hood, there’s a 1.3GHz MediaTek MTK6735 SoC with Mali-T720 GPU, and the phone offers 16GB internal storage,  [Read More…]

Your smartphone is really dirty. Start controlling the grime and bacteria with an all in one tool (Hans Swipe)

I was watching Jimmy Kimmel the other night and he reminded me of an old article I read from Time Magazine about the dirtiness of our hands and smartphones. According to London scientists, 1 in 6 phones has fecal matter on it. In another word, there is a high chance your smartphone has poop on it. The

Accidentally swipe away a notification? Here’s how you can get it back!

One of the best things about Android is the notification system. It’s elegant in its simplicity. It stays out of your way until you want to deal with the notification, and it’s easy to dismiss the unimportant ones and move on with your task. But, what happens when you accidentally get rid of that notification without reading it? Is it gone forever? Today we’re going to help you get it back in a few simple steps.

This feature was first  [Read More…]