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Google Play Store ditches hamburger menu and shakes things up

Of all of Google’s major Android apps, the Play Store is perhaps the one seeing the most redesigns, with most of them coming without warning. Long before Gmail and Calendar even embraced it, the first Android app marketplace began to incorporate material design elements and principles, sometimes not to user satisfaction. Google Play Store is […]

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Google Play Store is testing the removal of the hamburger side menu

Google is no stranger to making tweaks and changes to its most popular apps and services, especially in the form of A / B testing. The latest appears to be a UI test on the Google Play Store that essentially removes the tried and true side burger menu navigation method. We’ve seen plenty of apps […]

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What is the hamburger menu? The new icon is aptly named!

Rather than using words like “profile”, “menu” and “homepage” to navigate to different parts of a website or application, they often use symbols. It saves a lot of space and also makes it much nicer. Usually, we don’t really pay attention to symbols, gradually becoming completely oblivious to them as we train our minds to […]

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Cortana v2.9 changes the interface and brings back the hamburger menu [APK Download]

Microsoft recently worked on Cortana for Android. The app received a major overhaul with version 2.0 in December and added support for the lock screen in March. Cortana 2.9 has just been released, which changes the user interface again. Cortana v2.8 Cortana v2.9 At least for me the previous design was a bit confusing. The […]

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Spotify drops controversial ‘hamburger’ menu in iOS app redesign – TechCrunch

Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming apps out there, but it’s not necessarily the most beautifully designed (unfortunately that was Rdio, long lost). Navigating through the different sections of its app took a lot of tapping and was often not very intuitive. Today, Spotify is trying to improve its interface with a […]

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On the hamburger menu or not? The new addiction of web publishers to hide browsing

The modern publishing world means making critical decisions about things like burgers. In an era when publishers acquired the religion of design, the so-called “hamburger menu,” which appears as three parallel lines and obscures section navigation, has become a divisive tactic. It is presented by some as modern, mobile and minimalist. Others deride it as […]