Man so a while back Samsung had this "change everything" app called "good lock" and it would completely change the UI of a Samsung phone and it was amazing and seriously dope. But there was one controversial-and-optional part of the app; the recents app. To me it looked amazing and made MUCH functional more sense than the (imo idiotic) rolodex look
bit unrelated, but that "Keep" tab on the notification drawer was the shit. I don't want to "snooze" notifications for a predefined amount of time, I want to shove them to the right and open them if I feel like it!
Gboard only has long press for special characters. I'm looking for one with swipe for special characters. I like Gboard but for me long press is slower than swiping on the letter
I think you can swipe from "123" key to the symbol you want...if not, use Chrooma which is based on Gboard and adds this, and some other features
you don't even need Mobizen app, just use the preinstalled "Game Launcher" to record (with internal sound), screenshot, etc. Samsung "bloat" ftw
Phonograph when they moved folder playing to the Pro tier.
I remember when iphone first came out people on slashdot were calling it a failure because folks at the time wanted better keyboards not a touch device. I don't like the X yet but I get where it's going: continued obfuscation of the line between device and reality. It gets you closer and closer to being able to execute tasks as fast as you can think. In a few years, the concept of carrying large rectangles in our pocket itself is going to seem dated.
my problem with your vision is that these large rectangles are actually fun! eg No matter how far away in the future we'll be, a 6-hour ride to another city/planet is still going to take 6 hours, and you'll still want a screen and a control mechanism to play games, or watch movies etc. That's the reason why I think phones will definitely be around in this form factor for years to come.
if you have a Samsung, open Game Launcher, and add the app you want to record as a "game app"...it will show a little orange button when using the app, which lets you do things such as screenshot, and yes, record the internal sound.