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Third-Party launchers provide superior performance than the stock launcher that is bundled with your phone. Google introduced gesture navigation in Android 9 Pie following up the trend that iPhone had started to make navigation on phones better. Google came up with mediocre gesture support which had a navigation pill and a back button in the navigation bar at the bottom.
On 10th July 2019, Android Q Beta 5 was launched and it brought in many updates including Gestural navigation updates. This update brought in gesture support for full-screen display smartphones. Where it stated clearly that in the upcoming Beta 6 it will switch users to 3-button navigation when they are using a custom launcher by default. This was meant to deal with the hassle of how custom ROMs would handle frames between navigation transitions.
To use gestures with a third-party launcher on any other device not running MIUI is very easy. All you need to do is set your third-party launcher as the default launcher. In most cases, the navigation gestures would be set as default but in some phones, navigation would be set to a 3-button navigation bar. All you need is to go into your phone settings and search for navigation gestures settings. The name for navigation gestures settings can vary from device to device.
Yes, you can use gestures with a Custom 3rd Party launcher but with limitations that are mentioned above. MIUI on other hand has completely stopped support for gestures on third-party launchers. Xiaomi is trying to make a walled garden so people could stay constricted to the MIUI system launcher and favor Mi Services. 2b1af7f3a8