Google app with Materials Theme backside bar, reorganized settings extra broadly rolling out
The Google app already options the Materials Theme, however a revamp extra broadly rolling out this week tweaks extra components. Settings and the “Extra” tab have been fully redesigned with menus and choices reorganized for simpler entry.
The Google app’s backside bar now options bolded textual content and icons which are in keeping with Google’s newest design language. A faucet of the brand new profile icon within the top-right nook of Uncover permits customers to rapidly change accounts.
There are main adjustments within the “Extra” tab with a full Materials Theme revamp that matches different Account-related redesigns in current weeks. Along with new icons, the Google Sans font is adopted, whereas the Google emblem is centered above. Your cowl picture is not displayed, however the brand new type account switcher offers simpler entry to “Use with out an account.”
Current — which remains to be accessible because the fourth tab within the backside bar — has been changed by a “Search exercise” shortcut to your My Exercise web page. In the meantime, there’s an accompanying “Your information in Search” shortcut beneath.
The subsequent greatest change is to Settings. As we’ve beforehand enabled in a Google app APK Perception, all of the menus have been merged and re-ordered. “Normal” homes the vast majority of settings associated to Uncover, Knowledge saver, Private search, and extra.
Notifications is a hyperlink to system app settings in Android 9 Pie, whereas Google Assistant settings is unchanged save for a brand new Materials Theme for the Assistant voice web page. Different choices embody Voice, Language & area, and About.
These new options and adjustments should not but broadly rolled out, however extra customers are starting to come across the redesign after updating to the newest secure Google app. Oddly, it isn’t but obtainable for many 9.5 beta customers. In the meantime, model 9.0.5 additionally introduces rounded corners for the Google Assistant panel.
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