If there's one thing we've talked about a lot here on AC over the past few months, it's Android Pie's navigation gestures.
This new method of navigating Android is one of the biggest changes to the operating system that we've seen in quite some time, and as with any big change, it's been faced with a mixed bag of reactions.
Pie's gestures have certainly improved a lot compared to the earlier days of the first public beta, but even so, there are still a few users that aren't sold on Google's decision here.
What about you? Do you love or hate Android Pie's gestures?
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