The floating action button is a button which appears to float above the surface of the user interface of an app and is generally used to promote the most common action within a user interface screen. It is an elegant way of adding extra functionality to the interface and offering users quick access to primary actions.
It can be animated or designed to morph into other items when touched. A floating action button could, for example, rotate when tapped or morph into another element such as a toolbar or panel listing related actions. So in this post we`re going to explore 35 examples of floating action buttons that, hopefully, demonstrate this duplicity of specifications and atypical usage.