Looking for quicker and easier ways to navigate and use your Android? You might want to consider gestures. Here’s how to add gesture controls to any Android device.
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The trackpad on your Mac supports many gestures. Luckily, an app called Riverflow lets you assign even more gestures to keyboard shortcuts. Check it out.
In this article we share a handful of keyboard shortcuts and multitouch gestures for Mac users to use while working towards seamless switching and navigation.
ControlAir is a free app on the Mac App Store that lets you control your machine using your hand gestures. Here’s how to get started with it.
Other than responsive design, it is also important to add gesture support to your website for mobile devices. Here is how you can do so in WordPress.
To open apps in Android, the typical way is to go to the app drawer and select the app you want to run. This may not be an efficient method. Using gestures to quickly launch your favorite app is perhaps one of the better way to be productive.
It can be a learning process for sure to figure out the way around an iPad’s touchscreen, from gestures to simply selecting something on a touchscreen. The following is a listing of the gestures, as well as the different tapping and selecting methods for the iPad.
No matter how many times Apple update the mobile Safari and the Mail app, they’re still boring. There aren’t too many choices for Mail, but there are many alternative browsers to Safari. They all have their one or two extra functions that separate them from one another, but Dolphin Browser seems to have a lot […]