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These guidelines existed even before Android L. Yes, it applies to all notifications, including ongoing (in progress). If you have two notifications of the same type, you should summarize them into one. Optionally, you can provide an expanded view that provides individual details. If you are only uploading one at a time you can consider the following ...


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On developers.android.com you can find very useful information about "Navigation with Back and Up" button in Android Apps. The standard behavior of the "Back" button is to navigate in reverse chronological order: The system Back button is used to navigate, in reverse chronological order, through the history of screens the user has recently worked ...


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Short answer: NO Long answer: the user has no way of knowing this across their many many apps. some are of course more secure than others. It can only be hoped that every app sending username and password (let alone more private data) is using best practices. The nearest thing to this is to get some sort of certificate for your app. I know Symantec offers ...


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In the article "Icon Usability" published on July 27, 2014 Aurora Bedford by Nielsen Norman Group states that “Universal” Icons Are Rare". In particular: There are a few icons that enjoy mostly universal recognition from users. The icons for home, print, and the magnifying glass for search are such instances. Outside of these examples, most icons ...


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Kudos on getting a sound user research done and framing the question well. The problem here is that Apple assumes that the users know of the affordances. Ideally though, there should be signifiers denoting the said affordance. You've given some thought to this already and have come up with reasonable solutions, so I'm merely expanding on your solutions ...


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Interface Sketch has some of the best (and most) around: http://www.interfacesketch.com/



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