Got inspired by this post on The Verge: http://www.theverge.com/2012/5/12/3015682/rethinking-the-iphones-app-switcher
Was trying to show how to simplify the app switcher in iOS without over complicating and bloating it out like they did in the post.
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about 1 year ago
Page dots wouldn't work. You only have one full preview of an app on the screen meaning a possibility of 30 dots, which would be way too crammed.
Also, why combine Spotlight and the App Switcher? And how does this integrate the standard music controls from a double home button click? Just curious.
The page dots are to show you how many apps are currently open and spotlight is to search what is currently open.
The lower left button changes depending on what app is in focus and will show access to the music controls or other low level functions that the app is capable of.
Oh alright. Do you not think it's a bit much to have to swipe all the way to a music app just to pause a song or skip to the next track?
Already selling on itunes
@Edy Oliveira the what now? :-/
this is so awesome.
I like that it mimics the way Safari handles it's multiple pages. I like that part a lot.
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