Android will receive the lower navigation bar

Android will receive the lower navigation bar

Google is so liked the vision of Material Design, the company advises developers to follow and adhere to base Design Specs, which is updated regularly. Last update for Design Specs brings with it support for the bottom panel and not only.

It’s been quite some time since Google officially announced the Material Design along with Android L Developer’s Preview. Compared to previous versions of Android, Material Design was not just a new interface and a completely new design language for Google.

Android will receive the lower navigation bar

Google is so liked the vision of Material Design, the company advises developers to follow and adhere to base Design Specs, which is updated regularly. Last update for Design Specs brings with it support for the bottom panel and not only.

Design Specs, of course, is primarily intended for developers who want to improve their application. For us, the users, however, this is a great way to get a look at what will come in the new version of Android, and of course, we eventually will see in applications.

New bottom navigation bar is a menu that allows users to move from one part of the application to another quickly and easily. The idea with these is that they should be used in small devices such as smart phones, because the larger units will continue to use the familiar side panel.

Design Specs advises developers to use up to five different options in one of these bars, and not less than three, as this will inhibit scrolling content.

This kind of design change, of course, could cause some confusion among users. Many are now using swipe to move between windows, but Google recommends developers to deviate from this on smartphones.

Be that as it may, the new lower navigation buttons are available, and visitors can already experience them in their own applications.

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