Apple was not the first phone manufacturer to implement sign navigation on its phones, but you could say that the company started the dramatic trend in 2017. Now you will have a hard time finding a recent smartphone that does not implement any form of sign navigation. In the months following the unveiling of the iPhone X, we saw Samsung, Huawei, OnePlus and even Google implement their own versions of navigation movements.
The navigation movements of Google are now shaky, but it seems that they will be resolved in Android Q. OnePlus & echoes of the gestures of the iPhone, while the gestures of Motorola – in my opinion – the best are out there. In many cases you swipe up from the start button to go to the drawer of your app and swipe to the right to switch between recent apps.
It wasn't always like that. Google first implemented the "traditional" navigation layout with three buttons in the Galaxy Nexus. The idea was simple: you get buttons back, home and recent apps – you don't have to swipe the interface to get where you need to go.
We want to know which one you like best: navigation movements or the "traditional" navigation layout with three buttons. If you prefer navigation movements, which OEM & # 39; s implementation do you prefer? Sound out in the comments!