This is all part of the Material Design revamp of Google's applications and some of the changes have been controversial, at least in efficiency.
The first official Android P details are coming, along with possible Wear OS, Daydream or Google Home software and hardware upgrades. Here's how to follow all the Google I/O 2018 action live online.
Gmail is getting material on those on iOS. In addition to a new look and new features, Google Calendar also has a bit of both, too.
The hallmarks of Google's Material Design are now on the Twitter Android app. Nothing added, not much has even effectively been moved around.
The dreaded three-line icon resting on top of your screen on most apps may get a new bar treatment down below in a way similar to how iOS does things.
There's an all-new Facebook Messenger Material Design look headed out to the Android app today.
The fourteenth major revision of Android design may end up devolving the recently introduced Material Design aesthetic.
On a Thursday in New York, we’ll be waiting on Microsoft to introduce some new Lumias and LG to introduce a one-sided cyclops. But this Tuesday on the left coast, we’re chomping at the bit for some new hardware and one big reveal on software from Google. If you haven’t brushed up on the details of what we’ve been talking about, don’t worry! “S’more” details are coming at you right here with our rumor roundup.Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P
Arguably the graham crackers of this sweet, sweet sandwich, we (and by “we,” I do mean [...]
We don’t know how many of you out there have the Android M preview installed, but if you do, this could be our first public taste of what Google Now On Tap will do for us once Android 6.0 Marshmallow comes around. This is all wrapped inside an update to the Google app, version 5.3 for Android 4.4 or above.
You will need developer preview 3 to get Now on Tap to not crash on start and even then, you will have to deal with the developer previews being developer previews. Bug reports ahoy! But all you have to do to get more info on what’s on-screen is to hold the home [...]
The Graphical User Interface comes with the lay of the land. Each phone has its own way of telling you that you’ve gone into an application or moving between screens. And every phone has the basics dressed up in a different way. Be it the calendar or SMS or the darn calculator, every OEM wants to put their colors and shapes in the way they want. Let’s face it: GUIs can look gooey.
Of course, if you don’t agree with the way your smartphone decided to do up a dialer, you have your choices. This is Android, after all. And from scanning a lot of comments, I can [...]
The latest Dropbox Android app update has added Material Design to the application, bringing it further in line with Google's design guidelines.
If you've wanted to install the regular Google Android Clock on your non-Nexus device, this is the time, as the app just became public for all
Material design is supposed to be all the hotness. I gave it the benefit of the doubt until I held it, but now it's still a big ball of meh.
Have a peek at this Material Design-filled Android Wear app update, along with the next version of Google Play services.
Learn more about all the changes that are coming to Gmail 5.0, as Google envisions one app to rule everything, even if it misses the whole point.
Check out what changes Google's bringing to the Play Store with the all new Material Design Play Store update.
Get an early look at what to expect from Play Store Material Design changes coming from Google in the months to come.