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Yes, on a lot of mobile devices if you touch and hold it's equivalent to a "Right-Click". Tested on Android (Samsung Galaxy S4) and iOS. This may vary for other devices - OS versions and behaviour may change with apps as developers can easily overwrite this functionality.


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On iPhone devices it's pretty much assumed that if you want any form of contextual commands then you're to press and hold for at least a second. I'd assume many other touch applications make use of this as well. If it were me and you did not implement any form of right click option I'd be very disappointed (if I had to use the program frequently), no matter ...



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