These apps support Android 15's new predictive back feature

Here’s a list of apps that supports predictive back for enhanced and intuitive navigation experience
An undated image of Android 15. — IGN Brasil
An undated image of Android 15. — IGN Brasil

The contraction of the recent window allows users to confirm that they are leaving the app to avoid casual cessations. It works especially when the users are swiping from any side edge of the screen. 

Alphabet-owned Google has been seamlessly working for it to start since the launch of Android 13, which is enabled after years of efforts in Android 15 right after requiring another important Development option.

Additionally, Android 15 also entails an in-app predictive back which is substantially one of the best things that can assist users in performing a plethora of tasks including crafting customised animations and transitions, more. 

Moreover, predictive back helps in developing a great platform that enhances users’ productivity, reduces battery impact, and delivers smooth app performance while considering users’ privacy as their utmost priority making the app accessible and increasing efficiency.

Read more: Pixel phones get first taste of Android 15 beta — Privacy and security features take centre stage

Here’s a list of apps that support predictive back for an enhanced and intuitive navigation experience: 

  • Calculator
  • Google Calendar: In-app predictive back
  • Chrome
  • Clock
  • Digital Wellbeing
  • Files
  • Gboard: Settings
  • Gmail: Only in-app predictive back
  • Google Keep
  • Google Messages
  • Google News
  • Google One
  • Google Phone
  • Google Play Books
  • Google Tasks
  • Google TV
  • Weather
  • YouTube Music
  • YouTube TV