If you use the Amazon Android app on a regular basis, you may have noticed that it is not…not very good. People have been complaining about the design of the app for a long time, but thankfully, important changes have been introduced to improve the overall experience.
Amazon has apparently released an update to its Android app (via Robot life), it introduces the bottom navigation bar. This column contains quick links to the homepage, your profile, shopping cart, and menus about your orders, lists, account information, etc. This update more closely matches the updates already available on iOS.
Robot life It is also pointed out that the Amazon Android application also includes font changes (or changes in font size), which you can see in various parts of the application. Overall, the app looks neater and was released after Amazon changed the icon of the Android app.
Picture from Droid-Life
In addition, the Amazon Android application also has pages with more brand information about Whole Foods and Fresh. Now, when you navigate to these pages, you will see designs that more closely match the brand, including color schemes, logos, etc. In other words, it becomes more obvious when you are not browsing the regular Amazon storefront.
People have been begging Amazon to make changes to its Android app, and these prayers have finally been answered. This is a welcome change that makes the app look more beautiful, thus making it easier for consumers to buy goods.
I have been using the updated look of the Amazon app on iOS for some time. It does take some time to adapt, but this is ultimately an improvement. Quick access to the “Whole Foods” page makes it easy to scan barcodes, which helps me save on groceries.
It is not clear whether this is a server-side update. In any case, make sure you have the latest version of the Amazon Android app and you should see it immediately.