Yes sir, and for the record, adding a bottom bar and drawer functionality would open up the ability to have 2 more options for navigations means on the Android side.
For linear traversals, using Goto Page actions with the inherited Android “back button” is the most widely used. This is true in iOS as well with the UINavigationController class and it’s built-in back < button.
For lateral traversal, iOS Tab Bar and Android Pager Views allow for context to shift from a surface level with the GoTo Page actions moving into depth. Adding BottomNavBar to Android would effectively shift the idea of Android Tabs to the bottom of the screen. I agree that it’s a more comfortable experience for 1 handed operations. I have this added to the feature requests tracker.
side note: Android’s side “Drawers” aka Hamburger Menus are a class available on the Android side but have been publicly rejected by Apple’s design team and the Human Interface Guidelines. This is a pretty neat read on this topic from the iOS perspective https://uxplanet.org/tab-bars-are-the-new-hamburger-menus-9138891e98f4