ANU #87 — New Home Screen and Intelectual Property Rights Panel

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ANU #87 — New Home Screen and Intelectual Property Rights Panel

Welcome to the AppCoins News Update, ‘ANU’ for short. This week we’re focusing on a new home screen update, recent changes to the blockchain transfer flow, and an upcoming webinar we’ve been invited to. Read on to find out more!

The New Home Screen is Ready!

Our new Wallet Home-screen is ready to be integrated with the new bottom navigation screen! When looking at the current screen on your phone, tablet, or emulator, you will find that the structure is considerably different. We took this opportunity to update the way we build our screens and improve some architecture components of our app.

We focused a lot on the smoothness of the views, transitions, and interactions with the screen, and it looks amazing! — if we may say so ourselves. Of course, there is always room for improvements, but we are working on them, and soon you’ll be able to check all of them and more on a new version!

The changes done on the AppCoins Wallet architecture will also help us prepare for the new bottom navigation we talked about in our last ANU. The screenshot you see below is the real deal on how the developments are now, as you can confirm by checking that the “Send” and “Receive” buttons are duplicated.

Everything will look smoother and better with the new bottom navigation. Stay tuned to get the latest details as soon as they’re ready!

Blockchain Transfer Flow Improved

Our Support Team has been receiving some feedback from our community regarding how we actually provide information on the transfer of blockchain tokens.

We are finally ready to launch an improved version of the last step to transfer ETH or APPC.

The final screen now informs the user about the transaction’s real status and where the user can track its ...

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