Shortcuts are always welcome. People love to use gestures on their smartphones. While LG, Motorola, and Huawei have already rolled out this gesture feature, it has found better use in Google Pixel phones. In the latest phones, Google has introduced three useful gestures to make life simpler. In a way, these shortcuts make users more productive in their personal and professional life.
In this information, we deal with three shortcuts or gestures viz. Swipe for notifications, jump to camera and flip camera. Read this post and enjoy the shortcuts in your digital life.
How to Enable or Use Move Gestures on Google Pixel and Pixel XL
Step #1: Bring down the notification bar on Home screen of your phone.
Step #2: Tap on the Settings icon (a cog wheel) on the right side.
Step #3: Scroll down and tap Moves menu on the screen.
Step #4: Next, you need to enable the gestures you wish to use.
How to Enable ‘Swipe for Notifications’ on Google Pixel Phone
Frequent actions to swipe down the notification shade may give you a little boredom. Try something new and use fingerprint scanner to see notifications on your Google Pixel phone’s screen. This way you not only enhance your productivity but also add some style of interaction with your smartphone. Moreover, this feature lets you use any of your fingers; this means you can use a finger which is not registered or stored in the secure fingerprint storage.
How to use ‘Jump to camera’ on Google Pixel Phones
For click-happy users, this feature is a must-use. No matter where you are on your Pixel phone, you can directly jump to camera and start clicking beautiful pictures. To use this feature, double-tap on Power button located on the right side of Pixel phone. This will take you to the Camera app using which you can capture photos or videos. You can use this feature even when the phone is turned off.
How to Use or Enable ‘Flip Camera’ on Your Google Pixel Phones
Inspired by Motorola’s camera app, ‘Flip Camera’ is the coolest feature to impress your peers and friends. To use this gesture, users need to double-twist their twist twice when they are in camera app. This move will change the front and back cameras on phone. For example, if you are on the rear camera by default, this twist will turn on the front camera and the other way round. You don’t need to touch the screen to change cameras.
Gestures or shortcuts are very useful features on Google Pixel phones, and users can make the most of these features. Explore more features of Google Pixel phones and be more productive in your personal and professional life.
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