I should have added this with my earlier post about the clock app, but there’s another thing that annoys me.
The scrolling feedback – the white thing you see when you there are no more screens left to swipe to in an app – gets cut off by the action bar.
One way to get around this would be to make the action bar translucent, the way it is in Keep. That way, the feedback would show through the action bar, and you wouldn’t feel like it’s a bug.
What do you think?
Brace yourself, this is going to be a long, long post.
There’s a Whatsapp toast message that’s been getting on my nerves, lately.
PLEASE, Whatsapp – Capitalize the E in Edit!
P.S. – Was this long enough for ya?
Is it just me (and I’m genuinely wondering), or is the Google Plus icon now SMALLER than the other Google icons?
Please, I beg you, prove me wrong.
EDIT [Jan 5th, 2013]: Yep, it’s confirmed. All three Google icons are of different sizes. Thanks, +Victor Stuber for pixel comparing!
I just got an update for my file manager of choice – Sliding Explorer.
I got really excited, and decided I had to make a post about this.
Transparent System bars is the future of Holo design. The Navigation bar isn’t a waste of space anymore, and the status bar merges with the app, which makes it look like it’s built into the OS!
I don’t know about you, but I really want to see more apps take advantage of this.