Video shows off the new Android P app switcher that Google totally didn’t copy from the iPhone X
When Google released the first developer beta of Android P earlier this year, I looked like it was shaping up to be a bit boring. Sure there were a bunch of nice updates and refinements, but there really wasn't anything Earth shattering to get excited about. Of course, that all changed at Google I/O in early May, when Google showed off tons of new features coming to Android P this year. What's more, Google released a new version of its Android P beta that included many of those features, and it made the new Android P beta available to the general public on several popular phone models instead of restricting it to its own Pixel phones.
Android P is shaping up to be the biggest update the Android platform has seen in years. It includes plenty of new features and it refined plenty of old features, but it also ushers in some intriguing changes to the Android user interface and to UI navigation. Some of Google's changes are novel and unique, while others are... shall we say... familiar. OK fine, some of them are copied straight from the iPhone X.
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