Google knows a lot of people out there spend a lot of time using YouTube, but it’s always looking for ways to help you consume more content. Google makes tweaks to YouTube in the hope that they’ll make it easier for you to find new content to watch and stick around a bit longer.
Making mobile apps isn’t always easy, especially when it comes to apps for smartwatches. The regular information-dense mobile app won’t work on a smartwatch, so things have to be done very differently. To help developers, Google has released some Material Design guidelines for making apps for Android Wear.
It’s been a while since Material Design first started making its way into the real world, especially from third-party apps like Facebook, but the social network’s messaging app is finally getting updated.
The announcement was made today via the official Messenger Facebook page, confirming that the update to the popular app will be rolling out ... Read More »
The Play Store is soon getting a whole new look, and I’m really digging it. In a photo showing the evolution of the Play Store (or Android Market, as it was known in the early years) and how far the app has come, we can see how it’ll look come next major update. And of course, there ... Read More »
Google was pretty quick to update most of its Android apps with a material design, but some other apps are taking their time to adhere to the Lollipop-friendly style. Today another app has made the material jump.
Dropbox v3.0.0 adds a material design user interface to the popular cloud storage app, complete with a floating ... Read More »
Though Material Design has been around for a while now, Google is still polishing the edges on some of its apps, one of those being Hangouts. Fortunately for common users of the apps, a new update is coming soon that will rectify many of the complaints that users have ... Read More »
Last year at Google I/O, Google announced a completely new design standard with material design. The Android community quickly fell in love material design, and it wasn’t hard to forget the Holo design of old.
Over the last year, thousands of Android apps have adopted the new standard with beautifully simple ... Read More »