LG’s screen-turning Wing was one of the most interesting looking cell phones of 2020, yet its unique design was kept down by poor software support. Another software update, out today for the Verizon-exclusive gadget, hopes to help address those issues by adding some new dual-screen functionality.
In particular, Droid Life reports that the new update makes it a lot simpler to send applications to and from the smaller display to the main one (a process that recently elaborate some convoluted menu fighting.) With the new update, there’s currently a “send” button that shuttle applications from one display to the next, alongside a “restart” button to relaunch applications that progress over inadequately. You can likewise use a third-finger gesture to achieve a comparative task. At long last, LG has added application names to the homescreen when the phone is turned open, improving it look like the standard Android homescreen.
LG has additionally fixed one of the greatest pet peeves about the second display, adding media controls for all applications to the second display when viewing (rather than simply a handful of select applications, as YouTube.) Now, applications like Netflix will offer comparable functionality.
There’s likewise a few other extra features in the update, including the ability to automatically scan QR codes in the camera application, a new wallpaper, a coordinating 5G icon, and a November security patch.
On the off chance that you own a LG Wing, you’ll have the option to install the update currently by checking for a software update in the settings application.