Add shake phone functionality to update instead pulling the screen down to update
Thanks for the suggestion! I’m not sure that this is something we’ll change but I will leave this open for further voting.
lewis hamilton commented
Don't rely on shaking as the only way of selecting any common action. The exception is novelty apps like whips or throwing dice.
For other apps it is poor UX as it:
Is uncommon behaviour for many users, as most apps (sanely) don't use this action.
Has poor discoverability as there is no cue on the screen letting you know how to use it. There may be an initial tutorial screen, but that isn't visible when using it.
Often requires a grip change to do it, and is impossible to use when your device is on a flat surface.
Poor accessibility for anyone using an assistive device.
Breaks your visual continuity as you can't really watch what is happening while you shake it.
Has calibration issues. You often also have to shake it a few times for it to trigger if it's insensitive. If it's sensitive, you then can have it trigger when you aren't trying to shake it.
I (and many others) will uninstall your app and give you a 1 star review if I have to shake it to perform a common action.
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