Fluid Navigation Gestures – Give fresh look to your phone

[App] Fluid Navigation Gestures


Fluid Navigation GesturesFluid Navigation Gestures : Requires adb or root

Give fresh look to your phone with Fluid N.G, the navigation gestures app inspired by Breccia’s concept.

Usage:
There are two main gestures: ‘Quick swipe’ and ‘Swipe & Hold’ which can trigged from the bottom or side edges of the screen. The side triggers are only available on the bottom half of the screen, allowing you to still access other app side menus.

Actions:
Back
Home
Recent apps
Toggle split screen
Open notifications
Open power dialog
Open quick settings
Launch Google search overlay
Open keyboard selector
Voice Search
Launch assistant
Launch app
Launch shortcut
More action soon. Requests are welcome 🙂

Installation
The app has a built-in option to hide the software navigation keys (if necessary) but it requires either root access or a pc to grant the app a permission.

PC/Mac instructions:
1 – Enable Developer Mode in the Android settings.
2 – Enable USB Debugging
3 – Install Adb (links bellow)
4 – Run the following adb command to grant the permission
Windows:
adb shell pm grant com.fb.fluid android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS
macOS:
./adb shell pm grant com.fb.fluid android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS

You can restore the navigation keys using the app or by run this adb command:
Windows:
adb shell wm overscan 0,0,0,0
macOS:
./adb shell wm overscan 0,0,0,0

Helpful links to setup adb
xda-developers – How to install adb on Windows…
Lifehacker – The easiest way to install androids adb…
TilesOrganization – How to use adb to grant permissions
Gadget Hacks – Run adb commands with Google Chrome

Feedback
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Telegram Group
Telegram Channel

Fluid Navigation Gestures user reviews :

Recommended for huge screensize, save time and effort in navigating. A little tricky to setup for first timer like me. Recent update was great, always wanted it to pause during specific apps as Samsung Game tools is built into nav bar. Its still buggy(both gesture and navigation bars were working instead of disabled), but its a great approach.

Replaced MIUI gestures with this app. It would be cool if side edges could also be configured for top and bottom section, like bottom edge which have 4 sections. Latest version added glitch on MIUI on device unlock. Some black area at bottom is flickering. It seems that it’s only visible on launcher (action launcher), no flickering if app was opened.

Great addition for Pixel 3XL. After trying to get uses to Google’s gestures i found them not anywhere near easy enough. After purchasing this I’m in love with my Pixel even more now. Edit: Even better now default haptic feedback has been adddd.

Works very well! The issue I reported with navigation bar icons has been resolved, thanks!

I love it, it works fantastically well! I like the customizability and the option to hide the stock navbar. However, if there is one small problem, it’s that whenever I use the keyboard, the current app’s interface doesn’t move farther up enough. So if I’m in, for an example, a texting app, and the textbox is at the bottom, the keyboard covers it so I can’t see what I’m typing. This wasn’t hepoening before this app hid the navbar. It’s not too much of a problem though because I’m toggling this app using the touch sensor, so if something is blocked I can temporarily access it.

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