The wing of LG’s swiveling Wing is one of the best looking smartphones of 2020, but its unique design is captivated by poor software support. The new software update, which came out today on a special Verizon device, seems to help address these issues by adding two new screen functionality.
Specifically, Droid Life reports that the new update makes it much easier to send apps to and from a small to large display (a process that once included integrated menu arguments.) With the new update, there is now a “send” button that swipe apps from one display to another, and a “reboot” button to restart malicious applications. You can also use the action of the third finger to accomplish the same task. Finally, LG added app names to the home screen when the phone was unlocked, making it more compatible with the standard Android home screen.
LG has also redesigned one of the larger pets for the second display, adding media controls for all apps to the second display while viewing (instead of just a few selected apps, like YouTube.) Now, apps like Netflix will offer similar functionality.
There are a few other features added to the update, including the ability to automatically scan QR codes for the camera app, a new background image, the same 5G icon, and a November security patch.
If you are the owner of the LG Wing, you will be able to install the update now by checking the app update in the Settings app.