Screen auto-rotation in Android has always provided a scary, slow experience that has never matched the move to the same feature on iOS. Blame patents or Google who do not care or the manufacturers are bad, I only know that I have left it turned off on phones for years because there are few things that are more frustrating to see that a bad time slot automatically rotates in the middle of an important task .
Because smartphones are so personal, auto-rotation is the type of topic you decide how to handle on your own, and then go ahead and accept how you handled it as the way it works. you. But today, over at reddit, I noticed a bunch of people weighing in on the subject because someone took up the idea that Google Pixel phones can have “very poor”
The thread is filled with people on both sides of automatic rotation, many of whom leave it to the contextual or app-specific option that is fairly new to Android. No matter which side you fall on, it seems obvious that everyone agrees that automatic rotation on Android is buns. Some people think this is the worst thing about Pixel phones, but still slow regardless of your phone. I’m not sure I have an opinion on which manufacturer has the best implementation, I just know that I will always let it automatically rotate off.
Time for you to select a page – do you automatically rotate on or off?