Google must also leave the cleaner interface in the new drop-down menu. With this, the application library, payments, subscriptions and settings should be highlighted, while the other options present in the hamburger menu become sub-categories.
For many years, the hamburger menu has been considered the focal point of applications on Android. However, Google has encouraged developers to abandon the solution, as it does not work well with the new gesture navigation introduced in Android 10.
For now, it is still too early to confirm that this design will be rolled out to all users. That’s because Google did not comment on the matter officially.
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