What you require to understand
- Google Drive has actually gotten a visual refresh on Android tablets.
- The cloud storage app has actually moved its navigation bar to the left side of the screen to benefit from readily available property.
- The most recent UI modification is presenting to users, with everybody anticipated to see it starting on April 3.
Google is presenting a brand-new Drive upgrade for Android tablets that consists of a handful of tablet-friendly abilities, a few of which follow the desktop variation of the cloud storage app.
First Off is the left-side navigation bar, which was formerly found at the bottom of the screen. The navigation bar homes all the normal tabs for House, Starred, Shared, and Files, with the drifting action button sitting at the top like its desktop equivalent. There’s likewise a hamburger menu above the FAB that permits you to browse to different places, consisting of current files, offline files, backups, and the Garbage folder.
Google notes in a article (opens in brand-new tab) that this visual redesign intends “to benefit from the bigger screen” and make it much easier to see file information. This implies that the house screen now reveals 9 current files. Prior to this modification, you might just see 2 files at a time on the house screen.
In addition, the “Recommended” and “Alerts” tabs no longer use up a big part of the user interface. More particularly, each tab now shows 3 files in a row versus the previous design’s 2 files per row.
Google Drive likewise shows 3 little icons in the leading right corner for Aid, Settings, and your Google profile photo.
Google is now presenting the brand-new redesign in the Quick Release domains, while the Scheduled Release domains ought to begin seeing the UI modification on April 3. The most recent upgrade ought to offer users with a tablet-friendly experience as part of Google’s more comprehensive effort to make its first-party apps look much better on bigger screens.