Comtuter and Internet News Channel
Change the orientation of the interface in landscape and portrait orientation is one of the basic functions of mobile devices. It would be strange not to be able to turn the screen around so that the content on it takes up as much space as possible, but on the other hand, this function is often enraging, because sometimes the screen turns over at an unnecessary moment. Especially lying in bed. Partial solution to this problem was to lock the orientation – a button that can be clicked in the notification curtain on Android – but more often than not we forget to turn it off and then start to irritate the smartphone when the interface does not turn in the right direction.
In the beta version of Android P, Google offered a new way of working with a change of orientation. The shutter still has a lock button, but in the bottom panel (on the side of the new foolish navigation button), when the device is rotated, an icon changes orientation. This is very convenient, since the button is always visible and allows you to choose the optimal screen orientation depending on the current situation, and not the “sensations” of the gyroscope or the switched-on coupler.