Google Maps With The Updated Material Design UI Is Slowly Rolling Out To The Users: The Android coders have working on the backend of upcoming Android P software update; the company’s designers have working on an update to the Material Design. The name of this design language is still a Material Design, but the name Material Design 2 was discovered in a comment within the Chromium Gerrit back in the month February of this year.
Google Maps With The Updated Material Design UI Is Slowly Rolling Out To The Users
So we have been referring to this new update as the Material Design 2 to make things a little less confusing. The Google slowly bring this update to a number of their applications and services. Google Maps is a latest addition.
It is likely to remember the recent design update to the Gmail that was rolled out to the web. This is the new Material Design look that Google is using. It will still have that paper-and-ink-inspiring aesthetic, but Google has change some of the go-to colours on also making things like corners is more round.
The new change is coming to other Google’s applications like Chrome and we have just learning that the company is rolling out some changes to the Google Maps app.
So just like the other changes we have seen with the Material Design 2. Google Maps is getting a UI overhaul that brings it in the line with these new guidelines. The company has shift the colour to be more white than before, naturally, this means icons and search bars and cards are rounds, and we are even see some tabs are redesigned completely.
For example, Android Police reporting that the Driving and Transit tabs have only had their UI elements redesigned, but the Explore tab has changes a lot from the previous version.
This includes some brightly coloured icons to choose from, it is also offering a scrolling carousel of the different restaurant types. The new UI appears to rolling out very slowly as a server-side switch. Only a handful of the users have received the revamped design. Let us know, if you see the new look in the Google Maps.
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