Deep press, Google’s answer to Apple’s 3D Touch, should arrive with Android Q

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Many have seen in some of Google’s choices of recent times a sort of attempt to bring Android to iOS or, at least, to try to make the differences between these two operating systems smaller and with Android Q this approach should continue.

We refer to a feature of the next version of the Mountain View giant operating system that was identified by the staff of 9to5Google and which should be called ” deep press “.

It should be a solution designed to allow the user to interact in a new way with the device: following a stronger pressure than usual, in fact, the operating system should respond with a specific action.

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Well, if this feature sounds familiar to you, it’s basically because it reproduces the Force Touch, also known as 3D Touch, a system used by Apple for several years now.

Probably “deep press” will make its debut with Google Pixel 4 but it is likely that many manufacturers decide to exploit this new feature of Android Q with their next smartphone. We’ll see.

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  1. PaperMaker
    April 6, 2019

    Android should not be a clone of iPhone! Enough stealing gimmicks which users don’t want. Personally, I don’t want something different to happen just because I clicked too hard on the screen and the OS just couldn’t accept this shame.

    • supreme kai
      April 6, 2019

      The fact is this kind of functionality was available via various launchers long before Apple introduced 3D Touch. I remember using it on my Xperia Z1 in 2012. It’s nice to see Google making it a native feature though.