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I have created prototype app where you can minimize/close your app with famous Swipe gesture. Just put finger on right edge of screen and push it to left (like on Meego Harmattan) and minimize your app.

I have some problem, because while you are doing Swipe gesture, I can't show homescreen in background (in Harmattan there is fade in animation of homescreen, I can only do fade animation AFTER you swipe out any application). That's only because stupid Android SDK limitations.

Do you guys want this app? I just want to know if anybody will use it. Beta testers needed . Android 5.0 (Lolipop) is required.
 

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just bring back meego, thats it
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I had got it quite long ago.

I had posted details here as well, but couldn't find my own post...

Hint1: All in one gestures.

Hint2: For non-root (I did not unlock bootloader on my Sony device)

Code:
adb shell pm grant com.phoenixstudios.aiogestures android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS; pm grant com.phoenixstudios.aiogestures android.permission.SET_ANIMATION_SCALE
Two years with gestures and I actually did not miss MeeGo "that" much...
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For rooted devices, the xposed module called swipeback allows you to close app with swipe gesture. Works quite nicely.
 

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Originally Posted by chenliangchen View Post
I had got it quite long ago.

I had posted details here as well, but couldn't find my own post...

Hint1: All in one gestures.

Hint2: For non-root (I did not unlock bootloader on my Sony device)

Code:
adb shell pm grant com.phoenixstudios.aiogestures android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS; pm grant com.phoenixstudios.aiogestures android.permission.SET_ANIMATION_SCALE
Two years with gestures and I actually did not miss MeeGo "that" much...
are you try to defend nokia with their 'new shiny android' with that statement, i miss my n9, but maybe thats only me, sleek design and ui, and elegant os(doomed)
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Count me as betatester too.
 

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are you try to defend nokia with their 'new shiny android' with that statement(doomed)
WTH is that come from?! I have been done this ages ago. Not liking Android just make it a bit MeeGo that's it. What are you talking about?!
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I would use it, I constantly find myself swiping on android, only to realize that its not the N9. I would help in testing.
 

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I want it in Windows 10mobile
 

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