Posted November 30, 2018 11:08:49When you open the new Android 8 software update, you’ll be greeted with a notification telling you that the operating system is ready for download.
Once you install it, you’re greeted with an all-new app drawer that looks much more like a traditional desktop than a modern tablet.
It’s still a bit barebones, but the rest of the interface has been revamped.
The new icons are bolder and more legible, and the app drawer itself is now split into two sections.
The first contains the app menu, which is essentially a list of apps you can download from Google Play, like music, movies, and apps for other apps.
The second section has the familiar navigation bar, with a row of buttons to navigate between sections.
When you hover over an app, you can swipe to open the app’s menu, or swipe to navigate to a specific section in the app.
You can swipe from left to right to navigate from one section to another.
The app drawer is now divided into two categories: the app you downloaded, and your other apps you’ve installed.
When an app is installed, the app will automatically start loading up and showing up in the drawer.
But if you uninstall an app and reinstall it, the old app will stay on the app list.
You’ll have to uninstall an entire app list to remove it from the drawer, but it’s not that difficult.
You can open up your app drawer by tapping on the top of an app in the menu.
There are three buttons to the right of the drawer: the home button, the search bar, and a volume control.
To open an app drawer, tap on the icon in the upper left corner.
You don’t have to open your drawer if you’re already using a different Android operating system.
For example, if you have a Nexus 7 or Pixel 2 running Android 8, you have plenty of options for opening up your drawer, even if you don’t own any Android devices.
You have the option to open up an entire drawer in the Settings app, but this isn’t as handy if you only have a handful of apps.
You may be wondering why Android 8 isn’t just a single, unified app drawer.
The answer is that it’s actually divided into many different app drawer layouts.
The main drawer is the home screen, which includes apps you install and settings you need to access.
This is the place where most apps are located.
The “Settings” section is where you can find the “More” menu, the “Apps” menu that includes the “Music,” “Video,” and “App” sections, and so on.
The rest of your app list is divided into several other sections, like “Calculator,” “Calendar,” and so forth.
Android 8.1 Oreo also includes a new app drawer design that’s similar to Android 7’s.
The new design includes a “tabs” design that lets you access apps from multiple different places in your app’s drawer, including the “Home” section, “Applications” section (where you can install and uninstall apps), and so more.
You’ll notice that the app screen has two new icons, each one representing a different section of the app, with the main screen icon at the top.
You now have a navigation bar with three buttons, which can be used to navigate apps from one or more sections.
If you tap on an app icon in any of these sections, it opens up the app in a new tab in your home screen.
This new app screen layout also has a few other tweaks, like better positioning of the main home screen widget, which lets you easily navigate through apps from the main app screen.
If the widget’s positioning is incorrect, it will show an error message.
You may also notice that there’s now a new button at the bottom of the screen that can be tapped to dismiss the app if you want to go back to the previous tab.
The drawer also has two “swipe” shortcuts that can open individual apps, like opening the “File” section in one tab, or opening a new one.
You don’t need to use these gestures, though, because they’re just used for the navigation bar and navigation drawer.
When you’re using the drawer to access apps, you don?t have to worry about accidentally installing an app that you didn’t know was there.
You just have to swipe up from the bottom, which will bring up the settings menu.
If a section of an apps list has already been opened, you will see the “Installed” section and a notification that you can click on to delete it.
Apps that you install will automatically show up in your drawer.
Apps you uninstall will no longer be there, but you’ll still have the ability to access them in the “Recent” section of your home page.
Apps in the same category won’t show up on the drawer either. When a