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It depends on device. Device has menu button If device does have menu button then Menu items appear on App ActionBar and/or with overflow button


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Back in 2012 google basically told developers that the Menu button was going away. Although it's not an official Android "rule" (not that I could find, at least), it's a strong Android guideline that phones no longer have menu buttons. It's a very recent development, and we should be seeing the majority of menu-button phones leaving the wild this year (my ...


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Because it's less congnitive effort to press an icon that is somewhere in your vision (on the screen), than remembering that the option is hidden under the menu button.From the design perspective, you want as less options hidden in some menu somewhere, and more options that are more intuitively-placed. Android 4.0 introduced multitasking button to its ...



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