Upgrades to the Android N programmer previews have uncovered some amazing new tidbits including better program folders, and new emojis, but readers were interested to learn that Android may begin using iPhone- . After tinkering and some investigation, we could get this feature working on an apparatus that is live.
The example above is from a real program running on Android N Programmer Preview 2. For the characteristic to work the launcher must supports it as well as in this case, we’re using Nova Launcher. Why Nova?
Our very own Steve Albright created the Weather program found in the video to start Google Weather and present this new attribute. We’re excited to find out how 3rd party programmers and both Google get it to use.
Two significant aspects of the iteration are not general to Kevin’s execution of Android’s new Launcher Shortcuts: layout and gesture.
We’re thinking the default option – something Google looks not unlikely to declare at IO 2016.
Kevin additionally executed the look of the Launcher Shortcuts.