Android N may remove a key feature and some fans are outraged

Google is going to take the wraps off of Android N this coming spring but it’s possible that the newest version of Google’s mobile operating system will remove a longtime feature: The app drawer. In case you’re not familiar with the app drawer, it’s the icon on the bottom of your Android device’s display that you can click to access all the applications on your device, not just the ones that are on your home screen.

If you look at the beginning of this video that Google released over the weekend to show off Google Maps’ capabilities, you’ll notice that it features a Nexus 6P home screen that doesn’t contain an app drawer:

Droid Life comments that this isn’t definitive proof that the app drawer is going away, although we have been hearing rumors about Google dumping it in the next version of Android for a while now.

“It has been rumored…

Read the entire article from BGR here: Android N may remove a key feature and some fans are outraged

 



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