Google Photos receiving overflow menu usability redesign

Amidst their continual Material Design 2.0 redesigns of their app suite and additions of dark modes, Google has tweaked the Google Photos overflow menu for much improved reachability.

Google has been gradually making its way through its app ecosystem and refreshing their UIs with Material Design 2.0 and occasionally adding dark modes, but now Google has gone back and improved one of the apps which has already seen a redesign by redesigning and reintegrating the overflow menu in Google Photos:

As you can see, the new UI is not only more reachable and attractive, it has also been unified with the EXIF data accessed from swiping up on an image being viewed; a great improvement in every aspect.

The visual tweak has been found in a staged rollout to users rather than in an app update; hopefully it’s not just a test and hopefully we’ll start seeing more usability improvements like this to more Google apps soon.

Source and images: Android Police

Located in Melbourne, Australia, Oscar has been a tech enthusiast for a decade, though only finally getting his first smartphone with an HTC One M7, and moving to a OnePlus 2, OnePlus 3, and now an Essential Phone. Now studying astrophysics and linguistics, Oscar has become immersed in the evolving phone industry, with a great memory for specs and details, he is always looking to find the greatest value and most innovative phones.

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