quick tap

quick tap

The normal tap of an icon on a virtual screen. For details, see long press.
References in classic literature ?
The quick tap of feet behind him made him turn in time to see a fresh-faced little girl running down the long station, and looking as if she rather liked it.
Among the others cool uses for the NFC Ring, is that it is capable of unlocking your smartphone or tablet with a quick tap to the back of your phone.
Neath scrum-half Rhodri Cole was forced off the field due to injury after the half-hour mark, and substitute Chris Morgans made an instant impact, squeezing through the defence following a quick tap on the visitors' five-metre line.
But it could have been so different when early Stour pressure brought a penalty and a quick tap saw scrumhalf Toby Handley go over.
Street quickly took advantage as Nick Thatcher caught the defence napping with a quick tap penalty before Luke Hibberd scored a fine solo try, collecting a kick on halfway before running through the defence.
They played on as medics treated their groggy-looking hooker Agustin Creevy, and a quick tap caught the home side cold and allowed Imhoff to race over in the corner.
Street were leading via Jeff Gregson's try at the time and they made it 10-0 at the interval when Nick Thatcher broke through with a quick tap penalty.
The visitors took an early lead following a quick tap penalty and Mitchell Martin scored a try converted by James Beresford.
Maybe this works like a quick tap on the brakes in driving, but the Iranian nation will find its way quickly and will continue," he added.
8 Louis Picamoles dominated in a game that saw the hosts cross twice in the first 16 minutes, but Kahn Fotuali'i dragged the Welsh side back into the contest with a quick tap penalty allowing him to put down and make it 12-7 at the break.
Muldoon took a quick tap and went in under the posts from 10 metres.
For instance, since launching in May 2011, the Quick Tap NFC mobile phone payment service in the UK has attracted more than 50,000 stores to sign up as merchants.