iOS 8 buttons

BillyMatt87

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Dec 23, 2013
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Why does iOS 8 have plain text for buttons (accessibility option does not count) unlike Yosemite which still uses actual buttons to indicate buttons?

Wouldn't make sense for iOS to adopt Yosemite-style UI buttons in the near future for better consistency across platforms?
 

Apple blogger

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Feb 28, 2013
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If you remember ios had buttons only before ios 7.. But they changed this style.. They can have buttons on a Mac because it's a large screen and makes sense , but on a mobile OS I think it's a fresh look.. You can toggle button shapes though , but won't give you the same feel then..

Sometimes even I wonder if they could have done something different with buttons on ios
 

Fzang

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Jun 15, 2013
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The buttons in iOS also act in place of titlebars, and because iOS apps have no need for titlebars.

Different environment I suppose.
 
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