Samsung’s One Hand Operation+ App Lets You Use Navigation Gestures on Samsung Devices

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Android is changing every day and the way to navigate the device is also changing. from the physical keys to the navigation gesture Android has come so far. Android Pie introduced some cool navigation gesture but it wasn’t the perfect implementation if you ask me. Samsung also introduced its own kind of gesture with OneUI based on Android Pie which doesn’t have a navigation bar.

For the old phones running Android, Oreo Samsung introduced One Hand Operation+ application for all the Samsung device and also published it on the Playstore.

With this application, you can also customize the way it works as per your preference. It allows you to add below-mentioned features:

  • Back key
  • Home key
  • Recent key
  • Menu key
  • Previous app
  • Forward ( web browser )
  • Open notification panel
  • Open quick panel
  • Screen off
  • Assistance app
  • Screenshot
  • Floating navigation buttons
  • Pull screen down
  • One-handed mode
  • Task switcher

Using this application you can hide the navigation bar and use the navigation gesture on your device. If you’re wondering this app will only work on Samsung devices.

Download One Hand Operation +

If you don’t have a Samsung device and still want to use the navigation gesture on your android then there is a premium app called Edge gestures and Fluid Navigation gesture which does the same thing.

Download Edge Gestures

Download Fluid Navigation Gesture

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