on iPhone we have 3D-Touch with that you could get values for the sensitivity of a touch. Most Android devices don't have this functionality. Does anybody know alternative ways to implement the same functionality without 3D-Touch? Maybe one solution would be different intensities of vibrations for long press touches. Do you have other ideas?
sonnyhes what u said is just fine UX... go for it, long press and play with vibrations.
Ok, well I mean this solution is not the same because it just measures the time of the long press and not the intensity of the press.
Another idea: Would it be possible to measure the area that is covered by the finger on the touchscreen?
sonnyhes idk how many devices support the sensitivity pressure and the api.
aS3/ starling has it since it supports touches, but I was never able to read some change in values.
U will have to get touch listeners on the air activity context in an ane....
for me press duration, finger displacement and tiny vibration feedback is just fine
Yes, I think that's the way to go, thx