Here's how to get iOS 14-like Tap-Tap feature on any Android Phone.


Remember the tap-tap feature on iOS 14? It was one of the major highlights of the event. Now, some folks at xda-developers have been working to bring the same on Android phones too. And recently they have released an alpha version of the app. 

Tap, Tap is a port of the double tap on back of device gesture from Android 11 to any ARM v8 device. It allows you to use the gesture to launch apps, control the device (including pressing the home, back and recents buttons), take a screenshot, toggle the flashlight, open your assistant and more.

The best thing about this app is that it is solely done by the software meaning it works on any Android devices running Android 7.0 Nougat or higher Tap, Tap uses the same machine learning models that Google trained to recognize double taps on the back of the Pixel 3XL, Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL. But I installled it on Xiaomi, Samsung devices and it worked much better than I expected. 

NOTE:  This works even if you have put covers, skins, cases on your phone.

How to download and install Tap, Tap?

1. CLICK HERE to visit to the official site and download the Tap, Tap apk. After downloading, install the app. 
2. Once installed, open the app and you'll see something like this. 

3. Now, click on the first option and turn on the accessibility service for the app. [This option could be inside more downloaded service tab].

4. Now, set the device model if you're using one of the three Google devices listed there otherwise go for any option that works best for you.
5. Set what double tapping does under Actions. 
6. You're all set. Enjoy!

If you're a developer and want to contribute to the development of the app, then go to the project on GitHub from here: CLICK HERE.

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