Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 lost applications menu

After the new flagship device from Samsung and LG have got into the hands of journalists, it became known that the device firmware is not Applications menu. Although many users said that Android is becoming more like of iOS, it seems, all is not lost.

Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 lost applications menu

After a detailed study of software from LG looks like the application menu has been disabled by default, but can be re-enabled in the options “Easy Home”. It is not clear how the application menu makes your home screen more easily, but LG have called it that way.

Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 lost applications menu



As for Samsung, they do roughly the same thing, giving the opportunity to choose the appearance of the home screen in the Samsung Labs.

Upon further investigation Liam Spredlina to Android Police, it seems that Google themselves are experimenting with the idea of ​​removing the application menu, and it could happen as early as Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

in Google Launcher 3 Code requires the ability to disable the application menu, though this did not happen in the final product. Persistently there is talk that the change can appear in Android N.

On the one hand, if the owners of Android-devices using all downloaded applications, it will be easier to give up the extra click on the application menu.

On the other hand, if you have multiple programs that you use infrequently, it’s best to keep a clean desktop look, bringing it shortcuts to frequently used applications.

Well, we can only wait for the conference Google I / O, where we learn about Google’s plans regarding the applications menu.

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