Android’s share menu is a disaster and everyone knows that. Android Pie is great. It was refreshing to learn the new gesture-based navigation control. But Android still hasn’t changed the share function.
The share menu is slow and messy and hasn’t been refreshed for many years now. But Android’s VP on engineering tweeted out that it will indeed be getting an overhaul.
It's a priority, just a big job. We're working on a redesign with a different underlying data model (push vs pull) that will be much faster and nicer to use.
— Dave Burke (@davey_burke) November 9, 2018
Unfortunately, we’re not sure that you could be getting a new share menu in Android P but it might be one of the features in the upcoming Android Q. Android yesterday also announced native support for foldable phones after Samsung launched its foldable device with Infinity Flex Display yesterday.
We just announced support for foldables at #AndroidDevSummit, a new form factor coming next year from Android partners.
Android apps run seamlessly as the device folds, achieving this form factor's chief feature: screen continuity. pic.twitter.com/NAfOmCOY26
— Android Developers (@AndroidDev) November 7, 2018
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