At each level of the hierarchy, you provide an appropriate screen (managed by a custom view controller) to display the content at that level.
This news comes just a few weeks after it was reported that the You Tube app is getting a new UI for comments and video descriptions (which many people, including myself, still don't have).
The new version also comes with the ability to share tunes to other subscribers.
I'm not really a fan of the whole bottom nav bar thing, but some people love it... The update should be available for everyone in the Play Store, or you can head over to the link below to check it out.
The nav bars for the other controllers will be handled by the change in UIAppearance.
UPDATE: 3RD REVISION AUGUST 2016 Since the “Menus” were introduced in Word Press 3.0 it has become really easy to change any item in the navigation bar.
If you're neck-deep in Amazon's ecosystem, then I suppose it's one of the best choices for you — especially since Prime members get a discount on the monthly fee.
The Android app just received an update that switches from the hamburger menu to a bottom nav bar.
We want to take the attributes from this navigation bar and update the navigation controller with them.
Attributes like bar style, translucent and tint Color need to be assigned in our App Delegate, before the Navigation Controller is loaded.
I've tried this in my Main Tab Bar Controller: Use the above code after changing the UIAppearance.
This will force a change in the nav bar of the current controller.