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Just to update - on the Galaxy S6 there's no '3 dots' menu button but thankfully I remembered reading this thread and a variation on a theme works - a long press on the back key! Weird but it works!
Does the long press on back/recents work? For applications targeting the older API Android is supposed to add a menu button. On AOSP 6.1 (Nexus 6) that's what happens. Pie control apps like LMT usually offer menu buttons as well, so that's another option.
It looks like Samsung caught up I one of their updates a few months back (sorry, forgot to post back here). When required there's a floating 3 dots than can be moved around, sound similar to AOSP? Doubt many non-expert users will work out what it's for though! You can also move it around, although it resets to bottom right next time it appears. Screenshot attached.
No, the application switcher is bottom left below the screen (touch-sensitive area), the back bottom right (same) and the home is a physical button below the screen. I've also got a Nexus 7 and 9 and now I think of it I know precisely what you mean re how it is handled there - much more intuitive! Annoyingly back and switch app are the opposite way round on Samsung!
I'm in agreement on the UI TBH - I love how efficient it is, especially pinning articles then marking everything else as read! My only (tiny) bugbear is the switch between feed and Web mode, I seem to have to try tapping quite a few times to manage this but suspect it might be a Samsung issue too and I don't remember it being a problem on the Nexus 5 - it's as if it has a smaller tolerance for what counts as a tap in the header area.