Android 12 developer preview turns to machine learning to counter accidental swipes
Google first introduced gesture controls to its OS in Android 10, and it’s still facing teething problems with those who choose to use them. Android 12 could fix that.
The most prominent change to Android has been the replacement to the back button: a swipe to the right in a small area on the left of the screen should activate it, but that also happens to be an area often used for other functionality in apps.
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