1. josh_7251's Avatar
    So, I was thinking about the rumors about Android N having no app drawer, especially that Google Maps tweet which includes no app drawer and the Google Now app is named "Search". What if Google is ditching Google Now altogether in favor of Now On Tap, but actually keeping the app drawer, not on the home screen, but accessed by a swipe up on the home key, like that brings up Google Now on Lollipop and below devices! So the app drawer stays, but is now more useful than before because it can be accessed from within any app or any screen, not limited to only the homescreen! The Google App no longer launches Google Now, but a simple Google search, which explains the app name in the previously mentioned video. Also, Now on Tap remains, accessed like normal with a long press of the home button. What do you guys think?

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    03-01-2016 09:42 PM
  2. LeoRex's Avatar
    I agree... I think they are just changing the interface a bit. Not sure how they'll execute, but I see a path to integrate the drawer with Now and On Tap.
    03-02-2016 06:55 AM

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