This is a change some of you might have already seen. The feature has slowly been rolling out to a select group of people, and now Google has made it official. The mobile YouTube app has received a new interface, moving the tabs to the bottom for ... Read More »
Apple Music for Android was given a user interface overhaul to match the new app made for iOS 10. The new UI is cleaner, more simplified, and, of course, doesn’t adhere to Android UI standards whatsoever. Nonetheless, it’s not a bad-looking app.
The app is split ... Read More »
If you own a Tesla, we’re jealous of you. But you’re also in for a treat, as the Android app that controls your car is being updated with a refreshed and quite pretty user interface.
Also added in the update is support for fingerprint authentication, so you can use your fingerprint for unlocking your car. ... Read More »
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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 »
You might remember that Google included a dark theme with the first Android M developer preview, which was a really nice touch for those who are tired of the painfully bright white material interface. But it didn’t make it to the next preview, and it won’t ... Read More »
With the switch to Lollipop and Material Design, Android suddenly became whitewashed. All the menus were light-colored and bright, something a lot of people didn’t appreciate. I’m one of them, and I still haven’t really grown to like the white menus used in Lollipop (and TouchWiz for the last year). Read More »
There have been an extraordinary amount of rumors and leaks over the last several months related to how Android and several key Google apps will look and work. We’ve heard rumors that Google will completely change the Android homescreen and multitasking experience, and seen leaked versions of Gmail and Google calendar that go ... 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 »
One of Android’s biggest downfalls is the occasional lag throughout the UI. I’ve been using Android on and off (more on than off) since the release of the G1, and there’s no denying the lag exists. It has gotten better over the years, but nonetheless, it always seems to pop up when you least expect ... Read More »
Later today, Dan Lyons of The Daily Beast will host a live 30 minute conversation with Matias Duarte, the computer-interface designer and user-experience lead for Android. If you’re lucky, you can catch the interview live at 4:30 PM ET on The Daily Beast’s Google+ page, but only 9 people can ... Read More »