One of the most annoying things about today's smartphones is that the screens are just too big for many people. This makes it difficult to reach UI elements if you do not have massive hands. Fortunately, Google Make things a little easier with his latest Play Store redesign.
Reddit user b_boogey_xl Noticed the tweaked Play Store UI, which displays a navigation bar at the bottom of the screen. It makes it easier for users to quickly access the games, apps, movies / TV and book section. Look at the screenshot below.
We're delighted to see Google & # 39; accept a bottom navigation bar in its program and hopefully see our more Google apps offer this option. But the Mountain View firm is not the only company to keep in mind UI changes with larger screens.
Samsungs An UI Android skin is specifically designed for one-handed use, which also includes a navigation bar at the bottom of its phone screens. We also have the containers Huawei, Xiaomi, and Samsung Implement a single-handed mode, which effectively reduces the size of the screen to bring things within reach. But another approach, such as the mentioned lower navbars and buttons, will surely be welcome on these devices.
Hopefully we'll see more Android OEMs with one-handed operation, as it will definitely make life easier for those who don't have huge shutters.