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Samsung Watch vs Apple Watch ‘Double Tap’ feature, come on Samsung ...

(Topic created on: 15-09-2023 10:48 AM)
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Obsydian
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Great article below, I was thinking the same after watching a very lame Apple Event this week.

But another example of how Samsung never really execute and polishes the delivery of hardware and software.

Case in point, the Samsung watch has a feature called Universal Gesture, but it is buried under Accessibility and results in a permanent yellow ring, why can't this be removed and developed into the proper Double Tap gesture?

The Galaxy Watch already has Apple Watch's 'Double Tap' trick (9to5google.com)

Regards Obsydian - (Car & Tech Evangelist)

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Totally agree however don't count all the stars with apple till its out and working as half the time it doesn't work. Do you remember walkie talkie when it come out? Well on my series 7 last year which is 4 years after it came out it still didn't work properly on my watch.
Neo001
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Activating universal gestures in Accessibility, turns off the gestures in Advance features, which is also a bummer.