Originally Posted by Snailslug
It's something you need to try and see if you like. Some may just want the vibrate on the initial touch and others may like the feedback from touching and letting go. I'm just giving that option.
Me personally, I am liking the vibrate on release to have a very slight vibration so as to not be too distracting yet have a more tactile feeling. I'm using 25ms/15ms for my settings.
Exactly, if you have used a phone that came with tactile feedback originally, you would have an idea of why this is such a nice feature. It truly give a realistic feel to the screen similarly to the press/release of a hardware button. I'm using 20ms/20ms for my settings, very subtle but feels very realistic.
Excellent job Snailslug, can't wait to see what to come up with next. Only other thing I'd like to see now is to have it linked to the actual buttons on the touch screen so that if you miss the button or touch the screen where there isn't a button, you don't get any tactile feedback. Then you will truly beable to tell when a button is pressed and not pressed.
Sprint Touch Pro