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New Android navigation bar revised again

Google wants to use a new navigation bar in the next versions of Android. The bar, which is partly based on gestures, has now been revised again. A lot has happened since the first Android P developer preview, the latest generation of the navigation bar has also been revised based on feedback from numerous users and developers. Now show the […]


Google wants to use a new navigation bar in the next versions of Android. The bar, which is partly based on gestures, has now been revised again. A lot has happened since the first Android P developer preview, the latest generation of the navigation bar has also been revised based on feedback from numerous users and developers. Now, the third beta version shows an almost final state of the new navigation bar and we want to keep it updated.

Of course, there are optical adjustments. Now the back button is no longer a closed triangle and the color of the buttons is a little darker or stronger. The slider for app overview has also been overhauled, which now spans the full width when used. The app preview now uses the full screen as well. Screenshots:

Also, the position of the key shown to rotate the screen should change. Otherwise, that now seems to be the final look at what the new Android 9 (P) navigation should look like. In everyday life, I find the slider to switch between apps extremely good, it works very intuitively in everyday life.

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