Cool software feature I discovered

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by Zwhaler, Feb 2, 2008.

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Did you know about this?

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  1. Zwhaler macrumors 603

    Zwhaler

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    #1
    My apologies if this has been posted, or is already common knowledge. I just noticed the other day a cool little feature on the iPod touch. If you go to your "Now Playing" screen while music is playing, I found that you can swipe from left to right with one finger on the album art and it will serve as a "back" gesture, instead of having to touch the small back button. :)
     
  2. Solesk macrumors member

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    i noticed this also. i tried swiping the other direction thinking maybe it would be a shortcut to the next song. but alas nothing happened.
     
  3. angenoir macrumors newbie

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    yet another one

    when you are listening to your music in the now playing screen, if you pinch out then pinch in quickly, it flips the art to show the songs in the album (without having to touch the button on the top right corner) and if you do the gesture again looking at the list of songs, it will flip back to the art...any more hidden gestures we're finding?
     
  4. Luis macrumors 65816

    Luis

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    You can double tap for this AFAIK.
     
  5. angenoir macrumors newbie

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    you're right...ever since i read about the google maps two finger double tap zoom out, i wonder how many gestures are there that we dont know about
     
  6. Ilovemyipod macrumors regular

    Ilovemyipod

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    Safari hint

    I was on safari on my ipt and then some how i touched where it says ipod then the connection strength and it made me quick go to the top of the website i was on. IT is very handy when on the bottom to the page.:apple:
     

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