Google Accidentally Revealed Android P May have iPhone X Like Gestures

It seems like, Google is trying to copy some of the iPhone X like gestures. In its recent developer blog post, Google Accidentally Revealed Android P May have iPhone X Like Gestures. In its developer blog post, Google has added a screenshot which is showing iPhone X like navigation bar. After posting, Google immediately removed that screenshot from the blog post. But that screenshot has given us a hint that Android P May have iPhone X Like Gestures.

Google Accidentally Posted a screenshot showing Android P May have iPhone X Like Gestures

See Also: Google Launches Android P- Here’s What’s New

The new navigation bar no longer includes a multitasking button, and the center home button looks far smaller and pill-shaped.  It’s not clear if the pill-like button will work as a button, or is simply an identifier to swipe up for home like the iPhone X.

In its developer blog post, the company also informed about its other feature which is built-in support for DNS over TLS.

Google said in a blog post,

The Android P Developer Preview includes built-in support for DNS over TLS. We added a Private DNS mode to the Network & internet settings. By default, devices automatically upgrade to DNS over TLS if a network’s DNS server supports it. But users who don’t want to use DNS over TLS can turn it off.

Google’s I/O developer conference will held next month. So, we can expect a lot information about Android P on that event.

Also Check: Google Announces Android Oreo Update with Improved Security Features

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