Gesture-Enhanced Single-Touch, also known as "Dual Control", "Gesture Touch" and often "Dual-Touch" describes the ability of a touchscreen to register certain two-finger gestures, even though the display hardware does not have full Dual-Touch capabilities. A very common application is the pinch-to-zoom gesture, which allows the user to zoom in or out by moving two fingers farther apart or closer together while touching the display. - from wikipedia
In computing, multi-touch refers to a touch sensing surface's (trackpad or touchscreen) ability to recognize the presence of two or more points of contact with the surface. This plural-point awareness is often used to implement advanced functionality such as pinch to zoom or activating predefined programs. - from wikipedia
Mobile devices can understand gesture recognition in the environment.
A "touch gesture" occurs when a user places one or more fingers on the touch screen, and your application interprets that pattern of touches as a particular gesture.
Press and hold to learn, Tap for primary action, Slide to pan
Pinch and stretch to zoom, Turn to rotate, Swipe from edge for app commands
Shake, Scale up, Press to drag
Swipe to select, Swipe from edge for system commands, Shake
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