Like all companies in the software industry, Facebook has a need to keep its architecture up to date, as understandable and efficient as possible, on its platforms. Thus, it is common knowledge that the company is constantly making changes to maintain new versions of various versions where it can be found on a social network. In this case, for example, the company has started applying changes to navigation for your mobile apps.
Thanks to Andro4All we have been able to come up with some important new features in the Facebook version of Android, in particular, the company has decided to update the app's main menu to provide it a feature that is very compatible with the current design language the company. Now, the old list of options that were hidden in the app's "hamburger" problem has changed its domain and buttons that give access to parts of the social network.
This change is not insignificant internally, since it appears to be limited in design. Nevertheless, it is an important step to make today's program i have a hard time
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Now, these new ones are coming in stages on devices with a specific user number, and seems to be limited to Android right now. However, if you convince users who are using this new design, we should be able to see it in all applications soon. And we hope you continue, because it doesn't look bad.