Hands-On With Android P’s New Swipe-Based Gesture System

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  • Sven Petersen

    Second

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  • Xavier Mathews

    That pixel hardware looks so outdated.

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  • Hanniffy Dinn

    Apple literally defines how all smart phones in future will work.

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  • I speak loudly and my stick is quite small.

    AndroidRumors

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  • Random Gabe

    Loving some of these additions

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  • Antphoneigh

    Great features but virtually no one will get it unless they have a late 2018 phone, or Android One.

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  • DEES BANGER

    It took me to switch over to Apple to realize how dead android is right now

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  • TheTechster123

    If google is copying Apple with the gestures then that is a sign letting the customers know that google is running out of ideas and their solution is to copy other companies that are successful.

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  • moha annaba

    You should make a video about features on iPhone they you would like to see on Android or the opposite

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  • Jan. Lotan

    Plagiarism

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  • Jason Cody Adams

    Why is that the Publix logo tho

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  • Keith Peters

    Can someone share that wallpaper please!!!

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  • Josh Grignon

    The OS looks great! I hope Apple brings some similar features to iOS!

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  • Darnell W.

    Google just wants to follow Apple now.

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  • oplix

    android has and always will be a scuffed version of ios. they will never hold the patents they need for the optimal experience because they were not the first to the market. the fact that android will never have a simple back function by swiping left on the screen is one of the many reasons why a lot of people will never use android.

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  • Knight Rider

    They went full iPhone X with P

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  • Jose Blanco

    LOVE THIS CHANNEl!!!! Always looking forward to a new video!!!!

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  • Luca Dondero

    But there’re patents by Apple! Too similar .

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  • ftlPhysicsGuy

    This is MacRumors. I'm interested in Mac- and iOS-related stuff. I've never used an Android phone. I don't know what an app drawer is and I don't want to know. I'd prefer you play to your audience, assuming MacRumors is still interested in being a Mac/Apple-related site.

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  • Darik Boutsaboualoy

    I still can't find the dashboard and digital well being!

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  • Trevor Phillips

    What case have you got on you Pixel 2 XL in the video?

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  • rjtumble

    I like that rotate feature and I agree with you that "copying" each other is good for users.

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  • Mark Brown

    This is copied from WebOS nearly 10 years ago. on the Palm Pre

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  • Jack Yarrow

    Why do I feel like I’ve already seen something like this before? Almost like they’re just copying someone else!

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  • Tek56

    Apple copied Palm webOS you dumbass Apple sheep!

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  • Esther Ngulu

    I think it's good that Android is adopting the ability to switch between more than one app. It's more like improving the software and features of the device. Android's only trying to simplify the use of their devices to their users.

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  • 79bnice

    To all apple fanboys, gestures is from Palm webos not Apple. Apple steal ideas also.

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  • Android And PC Channel

    This update makes me to switch me from IOS to android. shows how featureless ios is right now.

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  • עמרי אזולאי

    nice home screen, where you take this wallpaper?

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  • Moo 0198

    You need to change your name to google rumors I guess

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  • A.W Channel

    Pixel 2 has the best features, it is better than iPhone x.

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