Android N Release not get native support for Force Touch

Android N Release not get native support for Force Touch

The introduction of native support for features in Android N would have helped and motivated developers to implement features with pressure sensitivity in their applications. And while we will not see this feature with the launch of the new operating system, the report says that it will come with “software upgrade”.

From the previous rumors, we expect that this fall when Android N will be officially launched, the operating system will include built-in support for pressure sensitive touch screens, a 3D Touch or Force Touch. However, a new report claims that the inclusion of this function is delayed due to unknown reasons.

Android N Release not get native support for Force Touch

The introduction of native support for features in Android N would have helped and motivated developers to implement features with pressure sensitivity in their applications. And while we will not see this feature with the launch of the new operating system, the report says that it will come with “software upgrade”.

Many smart phones from China are already equipped with the technology Force Touch, or a variation of this function, for example, calls it the Meizu mPress. Developers will still be able to add functionality to the touch-sensitive displays, but this means that developers need to change the code in their applications to recognize the presence of technology in support of the device, and then open the appropriate opportunity, and it is not always easy.

Whatever it was, we can only expect new reports, to find out when the naive support Force Touch will appear in the Android operating system.

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