The stock sheet of Android is notoriously slow and clunky. Google promises a much faster redesign. The backend architecture needs to be redesigned, but the user interface itself adds to the problem. Google Maps is introducing a new theme for the sharing menu that addresses the issue.
The "underlying data model" is one of the reasons why the release sheet in Android has been slow in recent releases. Dave Burke, vice president of Android technology, promised a redesign in November that was "much faster and more comfortable to use."
There is a delay before loading all parts of the worksheet. This often causes users to tap a share target only to inadvertently tap something else when filling out the direct sharing contacts above the apps main menu.
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This Google Maps approval sheet has rounded corners. An To box to manually enter a name, phone number, or email address is at the top. The contacts are displayed next, and swiping to the right displays a list of others. Apps are below, and Google Maps shows which account you're sharing the account with.
Above the sharing sheet is a map that identifies the location you sent (similar to the Google News preview for stories). You can also share more information than part of the app's built-in scheduling tools.
This new sharing sheet is widely used in Google Maps for Android version 10.6.1. This was probably rolled out via a server-side update, as Maps is especially prone to incremental A / B testing and UI customization.
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