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You could split them into Categories with the use of Chips just like Google Play Store does.

Take a look at the screenshot below.

categories

How this helps is, that it removes any element of horizontal scrollingswiping. Since your question consists of Tabs, it is possible the user is confused to scrollswipe between tabs which are scrollableswipe-able and bottom navigation which is not.

Another illusion it creates is space. With chips, you might be taking the same space the tabs would take, but due to the amount of whitespace and distance from the Toolbar, it looks much better than Tabs + Bottom Navigation.

This solution can also have you go a little creative with feature images for speed dials, etc.

P.S. Settings shouldn't be in Bottom Navigation. Use the Overflow menu.

You could split them into Categories with the use of Chips just like Google Play Store does.

Take a look at the screenshot below.

categories

How this helps is, that it removes any element of horizontal scrolling. Since your question consists of Tabs, it is possible the user is confused to scroll between tabs which are scrollable and bottom navigation which is not.

Another illusion it creates is space. With chips, you might be taking the same space the tabs would take, but due to the amount of whitespace and distance from the Toolbar, it looks much better than Tabs + Bottom Navigation.

This solution can also have you go a little creative with feature images for speed dials, etc.

You could split them into Categories with the use of Chips just like Google Play Store does.

Take a look at the screenshot below.

categories

How this helps is, that it removes any element of horizontal swiping. Since your question consists of Tabs, it is possible the user is confused to swipe between tabs which are swipe-able and bottom navigation which is not.

Another illusion it creates is space. With chips, you might be taking the same space the tabs would take, but due to the amount of whitespace and distance from the Toolbar, it looks much better than Tabs + Bottom Navigation.

This solution can also have you go a little creative with feature images for speed dials, etc.

P.S. Settings shouldn't be in Bottom Navigation. Use the Overflow menu.

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You could split them into Categories with the use of Chips just like Google Play Store does.

Take a look at the screenshot below.

categories

How this helps is, that it removes any element of horizontal scrolling. Since your question consists of Tabs, it is possible the user is confused to scroll between tabs which are scrollable and bottom navigation which is not.

Another illusion it creates is space. With chips, you might be taking the same space the tabs would take, but due to the amount of whitespace and distance from the Toolbar, it looks much better than Tabs + Bottom Navigation.

This solution can also have you go a little creative with feature images for speed dials, etc.