The list separators are gone, you get white space and that's it.
Settings was moved out of the overflow button and into the nav drawer.
I'm not sure how I feel about this. I feel like separators help communicate "hey, these are buttons," and without them you're getting dangerously close to the iOS 7 problem of no one knowing what text is just text and what text is a button. "Settings" here definitely communicates that it is a button, but why does it look different than all the other buttons?
The Nav drawer seems like it's out to kill the overflow button. Having menus on the left and right is pretty silly. It's becoming a common occurrence to see an overflow button that only holds a single item, like here, where it only houses "Help." Couldn't you move "Help" to the Nav drawer and do away with the overflow button on this screen altogether? What's the point of having two menus?