Google Play Music is a great mobile service, but many use it on their computers too. I’m one of them, listening to All Access radio quite frequently. And months after the mobile app got an update with the new Material Design styling, the website is now getting the same love.
The new site design is ... Read More »
Falcon Pro, one of the most popular third-party Twitter clients, is being rewritten to include Material Design and some new features. The new app will be an entire redesign from scratch rather than a refresh of the existing Falcon Pro app. The developer, Joaquim Verges, has confirmed that it will include Material ... Read More »
Google has finally released Android 4.4.3 to the public in the form of factory images, but what does this new update include? We know that it isn’t a major update by any means, being another iteration of Android 4.4 KitKat, but that doesn’t mean the smaller changes aren’t important. Two things that Google happened to ... Read More »
We’ve seen a few Google app redesigns leak lately, including Calendar and Gmail. I can’t say I love the new looks – in fact, I kinda hate them – but they seem to appeal to quite a few others. Now another ... Read More »
Despite countless new services coming out, Instagram remains popular and widely used. I myself have gone back to using Instagram. It’s a strangely compelling service. However, with the latest update, it has gotten significantly better. Though this update doesn’t add any new features, it’s still awesome.
This update redesigns the user interface. Instead ... Read More »
Back at Google I/O in May, Google showed off a preview of a redesigned Play Store for the web. Today we’re happy to let you know that the redesigned Google Play Store for web has now gone live. Featuring a major design change to the new Holo UI with cards, the new Play Store is ... Read More »
Google is on a roll. It seems like every day the company redesigns at least one of its products. It all started with Google+ and an evolved design and experience for all Google products. Google Search for Mobile was the first to get a new look, then Google Calendar, Read More »
Some really nice design improvements that make us love Twitter even more.