- The beta model of Android P’s quick settings function is going again to horizontal scrolling.
- The first alpha construct of Android P offered vertical scrolling for quick settings.
- It turns out comments from alpha customers brought about Google to modify it again.
When the primary alpha developer preview construct of Android P introduced previous this yr, we famous the OS’s quick settings function scrolled vertically, somewhat than the standard horizontal scrolling of earlier Android variations. At the time, the primary model of Android P assist you to scroll thru the ones settings in a single-card view.
It looks as if Google were given some comments on that small however essential scrolling transfer. In these days’s beta unencumber of Android P, the quick settings function is again to the extra same old horizontal scrolling UI.
It turns out many customers felt the transfer to vertical scrolling used to be in all probability a bit of too awkward to make use of. In any case, this presentations that Google is most likely taking note of Android P testers and incorporating their comments into the OS.
Google nonetheless has plans to unencumber a minimum of 3 extra preview variations of Android P earlier than the general construct is made to be had someday in Q3 2018.
In the intervening time, are you happy horizontal scrolling is again for quick settings, or do you want to peer vertical scrolling made a comeback earlier than Android P is formally launched?