cnocbui wrote: »
Those familiar with Windows Phone OS will feel a sense of déjà vu but will be scratching their heads as to why it is no longer in the right place.
Fail. That's one thing that irritates me with Android. But I tell you what... I use the double tap on the home button for Reachability... let's see... never. I have the iPhone 6 Plus, but I find the feature annoying and I sometimes accidentally trigger it.
BUT... if there was a way to change that function to go back to the calling app, I think that would be more intuitive. For instance, Safari opens a link in maps... double tap on the home button to return to where you were. It's also pretty intuitive since before you needed to double press the home button to get the multitasking view anyway.
indiekiduk wrote: »
Is this the reason why the flipped the direction of the task switcher? Users that previously did commit that to muscle memory now find they need to do the opposite.
Not working in my Safari on OS X 10.10 either. And the substitute link doesn't work either. What gives, AI?
You forgot a few million, Android had this since version 1.0
Four fingers on the iPhone?
so you're a four-finger kinda guy huh? Some people like to use less.
tokyojimu wrote: »
How 'bout a hardware Back button? Now where have I seen that before?
And, despite all the "tapping, tapping at my chamber door", there is still no tap or gesture for "scroll to the bottom"... :-(
I use it all the time, especially four-finger swipe up to get to the app switcher (since swipe direction between apps seems to switch randomly* ).
*) I know it's not random, but it flips often enough to be annoying, so I go via the switcher instead.
A back button, side by side apps, the ability to watch a video while doing something else.
Who cares if the photocopiers are working overtime in Cupertino. I am happy iOS9 is finally giving us these basic features.
I guess that's nice, I'd rather they'd fix the intensely annoying "open in app" situation where it springs open a safari tab then bounces you back over to the app. Then you have to go back and manually close the blank safari tab. There has to be a solution for this at some point.
I second that.
This is awesome. I was thinking I wished the button existed, now it does!
This will definitely save time. A little tweak that I'm actually pretty jazzed about.