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  Reply # 861795 18-Jul-2013 18:29
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Just got updated to 7.0.2
Dunno whats different

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  Reply # 861799 18-Jul-2013 18:36
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Oh there's a "where's latitude" thing bottom of the menu.
3 bar menu thing is fine, seen it on a few apps now and easy to use .
Prob preparing is for phones with 100% screen coverage on the front

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  Reply # 861802 18-Jul-2013 18:44
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I think the bar menu on the side is good - very similar to what BlackBerry 10 has. It saves space on screen. I just wish they stop mucking around...





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  Reply # 861823 18-Jul-2013 19:56
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freitasm: I think the bar menu on the side is good - very similar to what BlackBerry 10 has. It saves space on screen. I just wish they stop mucking around...



They changed to the new stuff after I/O and are pushing developers to do it to all apps... I hope they do!

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  Reply # 861849 18-Jul-2013 20:50
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freitasm: I think the bar menu on the side is good - very similar to what BlackBerry 10 has. It saves space on screen. I just wish they stop mucking around...



Define mucking around? As far as I can tell they are simply bringing all their apps into the new design spec, can't see the issue.

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