It seems that Google is trying to bridge the huge gap between Android and Chrome OS, giving consumers a unified experience. In the upcoming version of Chrome OS 80, Google has introduced several new features to improve the web-based platform’s support for the Android operating system, including full gesture slots that Are Very Familiar to Android users.
Full gesture navigation was originally introduced in Android 9 Pie and then fully implemented in Android 10. Full gesture navigation replaces the traditional Android virtual button in exchange for sliding gestures at the bottom and on both sides. The same gestures are available in the Beta version of Chrome OS 80.
It’s almost the same as an Android 10 phone, but swipe from the bottom to take the user to the home screen, or you can go to the overview screen if you hold it down long enough. Slide from the left side and slide only on the left side is equivalent to the back action. However, the gesture operation is still improving, and not all applications respond correctly to back gestures. However, this issue is expected to be resolved in the final version.