Bottom Bar Added On Google Photos; Ability To Swipe Between Screen Removed

9To5Google reported that this morning's update has added more editing tools to the Google Photos website, and the Android app has also received a slight revamp. Other than a new revamp and performance enhancements, editing tools and other functions remains as they were.
 
 
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 The app now comes with a bottom bar, which is quite similar to Google+, which replaces the sliding screens. The photo view stays at the center, with Assistant to the left and Album (renamed from Collections) to the right. Even with the bottom bar, the interface still comes with a hamburger menu in order to access Shared Albums Device Folders, Trash, and Settings. However, the bar is really persistent and does not hide while scrolling.
 
At the top of the Assistant screen, you will find a series of short cuts in order to create a new album, collage, animation, or movie. The create button is still present at the top right corner in order to access the complete list. The Album view now comes with a scrolling carousel to access people, places, videos, and more. Earlier, these items were only accessible in search view or hamburger menu.
 
The addition of the new bottom bar is meant to make navigation around the app easier and more obvious. Version 1.15 of the Google Photos is now rolling out and is available at the Play Store. The iOS version of this particular app will be soon receiving the same interface in the upcoming update.