Is there a good reason why I can check if a touch begins on a specified object, but I can't check if the touch ends on a specific object? For touch ending there is only "On any touch end".
Why would this be useful?
Because if someone touches on a button they didn't really want to press, they could simply slide their hand away from the button and it wouldn't activate. You know, just like we are used to that if we click with the mouse but then regret it, we can move the cursor to a different location before releasing the button and the click won't be registered.
Or is there some simple way of achieving this already with the current touch functionality?