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Play Store tests show inverted Games and Apps tabs, no overflow button, and new pop-up menu

Play Store tests show inverted Games and Apps tabs, no overflow button, and new pop-up menu

The Google Play Store seems to be in a perpetual state of server-side tests. No sooner do we discover one new interface element being changed or added than there is another one to look into. Two tests have made their way to our inbox today. One shows a small, but telling, change in the tabs order and names; the other sees the overflow button disappear from all app "cards" and be replaced by a new tap-and-hold gesture and pop-up menu.

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[Android N Feature Spotlight] Android N Uses Off-Center Pop-Up Dialogues With Color Matching Titles

[Android N Feature Spotlight] Android N Uses Off-Center Pop-Up Dialogues With Color Matching Titles

The first Android N Dev Preview is more than a month old by this point, yet there are still changes introduced in it that keep popping up (ha!) on our radar. Take pop-up dialogues for example. In Android M, regardless of where you tapped and held to trigger a pop-up, the dialogue would show up centered on the screen, both vertically and horizontally. It wasn't that bad, but it surely could have been better, right?

In the first Android N Dev Preview, pop-up dialogues gained more freedom. They started showing up closer to where your finger was, making them easier to reach and giving them a more contextual feel.

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