Samsung “One Hand Operation +” gesture navigation app is now available on Play Store for download. This app adds gesture-based navigation on Samsung Galaxy phones, letting you do various things on the device with one-hand. This app lets you assign different functions to swipe gestures from each edge and you can interact with them in fun new ways.

For the first time, Google introduced gesture navigation with Android Pie that replaces the three Nav buttons with swipe up gestures. This feature is said to be better and more intuitive way to interact with the longer or full-view display phones. It will also suitable for one-hand operation.


One Hand Operation Plus

One Hand Operation + app is Samsung’s take on gesture navigation. You can assign various functions on horizontal, diagonal up and diagonal down direction gestures. Once you assign function, you can jump between screens, quickly access previous app, take screenshot, open Assistant app, go back, recent and home, for example with each side long/short gestures.

Currently, the app offers following functions to each side long/short gestures:

– 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

Download Samsung One Hand Operation + app

One Hand Operation + app lets you add gesture handle to left and right side of the screen, so you can control the phone with one-hand. In addition, you can customize the actions to use when you swipe in different directions from each handle.

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While it takes some getting used to, the system is mostly an improvement over the old method. Granted, it is sure to have its detractors, but we definitely recommend giving it a try on your Samsung phone.

Interested users can download Samsung One Hand Operation + Gesture Navigation app from Play Store.

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