The Alt-Tab shortcut makes switching between apps and programs a piece of cake on your Windows PC. Just like your computer, your Android phone has the same function built in to make switching between recent apps just as hassle free.
With Android 10, switching between apps is now much smoother thanks to full-screen navigation movements. But if your device does not have the latest Android version, you can still quickly switch back and forth between your two most recent apps via the Recent apps button.
Android 10 & higher
Android 9 & lower  If your phone has the traditional buttons for back-home-recents at the bottom of the screen, simply double-tap the recent button apps to switch to the latest app. This is the square icon on most phones, but it can also look like a series of overlapping rectangles.
If you & # 39; use the gestures that Samsung introduced in their One UI 1.0 version of Android 9, swipe up twice from the trigger area you've assigned as the recent apps gesture. By default this is the lower left tab.
So the gestures of Android 10 really seem here and the gestures of Samsung are definitely the most awkward, at least when it comes to quickly switching back to apps that you have recently used. But on the other hand, you can now switch to the new style of gestures on the most recent Galaxy phone – see how you can click on the link below.
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