I think every app designer must adopt this latest feature to ensure an incomparable user experience for readers to use on their smart devices. Currently, there are plenty of later-read tools like Pocket and Google Play Books that allow readers to alter font size or adjust screen brightness to a level that doesn’t hurt the eyes.
What is new about the scroll app Tilt?
In addition to all such existing features already, this new one will completely take away the need for frequently touching the screen. The scroll app “Tilt” allows users to scroll simply by tilting her device up or down while reading.
However, the feature isn’t entirely new as there are apps already available for Android and iOS. But your device must be rooted first in order to function.
I think it would be brilliant if more apps decide to incorporate the unique feature of Tilt. Even though there are countless numbers of apps with “night-on” mode to save oneself from hurting eyes, I would still prefer to use Tilt on Medium and Instagram.
The ability to scroll up and down by tilting could be extremely convenient for smart devices with a large screen; hence, preventing you from accidentally brushing the side of your palms against the screen.
Currently functional on
For Tilt, the app still requires greater calibration while supporting only on Medium right now. However, if you still want to try out scrolling without brushing your palms on the screen, feel free to download it ASAP!
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