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Google Weather's UI redesign is now live for everyone

Google Weather's UI redesign is now live for everyone

There's nothing Google loves more than to experiment with redesigns. With the power of server-side updates, you'll often see one of your most-used apps flash an all-new look — before it disappears in the blink of an eye. That's what happened earlier this summer when the classic hamburger menu began disappearing from Google Weather's search bar. After flipping the switch off and on a few times, it seems its redesign is finally here to stay.

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Google Weather is experimenting with a redesign

Google Weather is experimenting with a redesign

The arrival of gesture-based navigation on Android hasn't boded well for hamburger menus, and Google is now actively doing away with them. The Google Play Store recently killed the hamburger menu, and now the Google Weather app is following suit.

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Android Developer Site Slightly Redesigned With Navigation Drawer And Bold Header

Android Developer Site Slightly Redesigned With Navigation Drawer And Bold Header

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[Update: Check Now] Play Store For Android Gets Search Bar With Hamburger Flip In Server-Side Update

[Update: Check Now] Play Store For Android Gets Search Bar With Hamburger Flip In Server-Side Update

Google is pushing out an update to the Play Store's Android interface that replaces the action bar with a standard search bar. Inside are the words "Google play," which, when tapped, show off the hamburger flip animation and pull up recent Play Store searches. Kirill Grouchnikov, one of the company's user interface engineers, teased the feature in GIFs on Google+.

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The Play Store's home screen now behaves similarly to the Now page of the Google Now Launcher, with the search bar disappearing when you scroll down and reappearing as you go back up.

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IMDb v4.2 Beta Update Adds Slide-Out Hamburger Navigation, Cleans Up The Busy Action Bar

IMDb v4.2 Beta Update Adds Slide-Out Hamburger Navigation, Cleans Up The Busy Action Bar

The IMDb app is an immensely useful piece of software to have installed on a mobile phone. I don't open it often, but once I'm in the mood to hit up the local theater, there's the app, just ready to serve me the latest trailers, movie showtimes, and ticket prices. The beta version of the app has reached 4.2, and it's tidying things up a bit. Options that were crowding up the Action Bar have now been moved into a slide-out navigation menu.

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One before, two after.

On devices without dedicated menu buttons, extra settings are still available via the Action Bar.

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Stitcher Updated To Version 3.1, Gets New Offline Listening Mode, Hamburger Navigation Menu, And Usability Improvements

Stitcher Updated To Version 3.1, Gets New Offline Listening Mode, Hamburger Navigation Menu, And Usability Improvements

Popular radio and podcast streaming app Stitcher has made the leap to version 3.1 today, and while it hasn't picked up many new features along the way, the few it has are doozies: a new navigation menu makes it easier to get around the app, and you can now designate entire playlists for offline listening. This means you can start streaming at the comfort of your office desk and walk out for lunch without your listening session coming to an abrupt and jarring end.

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A hard to miss "Available Offline" button now resides in the top right corner of the app, just under the action bar.

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