Android users will get a new way to take advantage of Apple’s new Motion Array feature on Android phones and tablets.
The Motion Array is Apple’s newest and most versatile app discovery tool.
It allows users to browse and download apps on the device with just a swipe of the screen, and is also an important way to discover apps that are missing from the iOS app store.
Users of the new Android version of the iOS App Store, however, will find that the Motion array no longer works in the same way that it did on iOS 8 and earlier.
Instead of swiping the screen to select an app, users now have to tap on a box to load it.
This is much like the way that the old Android version used to work, with the device swiping over to the top of the list of apps, then selecting the app you want to launch.
This is where things get a little complicated.
The new Android app store has always allowed users to swipe over to launch an app in its native app store, but users can now only launch apps in the MotionArray’s native app.
It is this lack of a native app that has users frustrated, as the new version of Android lacks any kind of search functionality, such as searching for specific apps or adding them to a library.
That means that, in many cases, users can’t access the apps in their library, which could make navigation and discovery of apps on Android’s mobile app experience frustrating.
The MotionArray is available to iOS users through the new “Moved to the mobile app” section on the App Store.
It also lets users search and download any of the thousands of apps available in the iOS Store.
The feature has also been integrated into iOS 8’s new app sharing and discovery features.
Apple is working to bring the MotionArrays to its desktop app store by the end of the year, as a way to improve the experience of iOS users on both desktop and mobile devices.