Android users can swipe to the left to open a notification drawer or back to a previous app, as long as the home screen is on.
Now Google has introduced a new gesture for the swipe in its new Android 6.0 Marshmallow update.
The new gesture works in tandem with the new Android UI design, making it easier for Android users to navigate around the Android UI.
It also includes new gestures for more apps, such as adding a custom shortcut icon to the notification drawer, or swiping to the home of an app, or from the back of an image.
The gesture is also available in the new Google Now Launcher, and users can also add the gesture to their existing Android settings.
The new gesture can be added in settings by tapping on the home button.
When you start the gesture, you will see a new icon at the top of the home row, just like when you swipe to open an app.
This icon can be toggled by swiping left from the bottom.
The icon also has an audio cue when you start using it, so it’s easy to hear what the gesture is going to do.
You can also tap the back button and choose to turn off the audio cue.
In Marshmallow, Google introduced two new gestures, one for apps and one for notifications.
The first gesture was for apps, and it works similarly to the swipe to show an app’s notifications.
You get a preview of what the notification is going from the notification, and the preview lets you swipe away.
The second gesture lets you turn on notifications that are already on your home screen, including a quick glance to see what’s next in the app, and then swipe to close it.
The first gesture is a little bit less useful for those of us with Android Marshmallow on an older device.
When I was trying it out on a Nexus 7, I could swipe left from my notification drawer and open a new app, but the app didn’t open.
The gesture did work in the Marshmallow Marshmallow launcher, but it was a little too slow to open the notification.
So it took me a while to figure out how to use it with the latest Marshmallow Android UI redesign.
I ended up having to turn on a notification to open it, and that was a bit of a pain, especially when I needed to do a quick swipe to switch apps, like I did in my photo gallery.
It took me about 10 minutes to get it to work properly.
I’m happy to see Google introducing a new method of accessing the home page of apps in Android 6, because it should make it easier to navigate and open notifications.
Hopefully, the new gesture will help more people enjoy the Android Marshals design.