Wednesday 30 November 2011

Google redesigns the Navigation Bar.

Google gives its products a facelift throughout the year, be it their Maps, News, Search function or Translate. When Google's popular mail function, Gmail got a major facelift, it became the talk of the town. And, if you thought that Google was done with the makeover session for now, you may have to rethink. According to an official post on Google Official Blog, Google bar for swift navigation is the latest to have got a makeover.

Basically, the horizontal black bar at the top of the page has been replaced by links to the services in the new drop-down style. The drop-down Google menu is nestled under the Google logo alongside the Search bar and Google tools.

The blog states, “We’ll show you a list of links and you can access additional services by hovering over the “More” link at the bottom of the list. Click on what you want, and you’re off.” Gmail has begun rolling out this new navigation bar design. They plan to offer a simple and intuitive interface across Google products with these changes. Check out the video below to know more.

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