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I ranked mobile gesture-based navigation systems, and the iPhone is still winning

The Next Web Friday, 22 February 2019
I ranked mobile gesture-based navigation systems, and the iPhone is still winningIn 2017, Apple introduced gesture-based navigation for iOS on the iPhone X, and kick-started the trend of phones offering this functionality in place of software buttons. One and a half years later, the option to use gestures to get around your phone‘s interface instead of buttons is available on the majority of handsets today. Now, given how diverse the Android ecosystem is, you’ll find a range of different methods for implementing these navigation gestures among various phone brands. And that’s alright, because you might prefer one system over another. Having tested several phones’ gesture controls over the past few months,…

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