Material Design for Android 12 You will have six different shapes to choose from from for the Google Photos widget

Material Design for Android 12 You will have six different shapes to choose from from for the Google Photos widget

Android 12 Material You: you will get six shapes to choose from for the Google Photos widget The “Fill” and “Square” shapes should be similar to what we currently have for the Google Photos widget, while “Star” should pretty much be an interesting pointy shape. “Circle” is pretty straightforward as well. “Pill” is reminiscent of Google Clock’s Digital and Stacked widgets. And last but not least, “Flower” should be the shape used by Google Keep and Drive for Quick Captures/Actions. Judging by the most recent update version 7.1 to Google Clock, you should be able to “Select a frame style” for the widget after placing it on your homescreen. Additionally, if you hold down on it, it should be giving you the chance to change its shape.

Many Google applications have just received the Material You design from Android 12, in anticipation for the official release of the Android 12 stable version. According to 9to5Google, the Google Photos widget is now getting some Material You design shapes from which to pick. Material You shape choices are being added to the Google Photos widget. Has discovered indications in the code for the Google Photos widget, which will be incorporated in a future version. The current Photos widget is available in sizes ranging from 1×2 to 5×5, essentially a square or a rectangle with rounded sides. You will now have six widget shapes to pick from: circle, flower, pill, fill, square, and star.

Highlights

  • Android 12 Material You: you will get six shapes to choose from for the Google Photos widget. Last month, the Google Photos app itself got a Material You redesign which changed the feel and looks of the popular app. The new version of the Photos app is version 5.59, and it has been redesigned to fit with the rest of the Material You theme. In other words, shapes have become more rounded, buttons are bigger, and colors match together. First off, the Search tab now has the pill form, consistent with other already redesigned apps, while on the bottom the navigation bar is now taller and has a more ergonomic feel to it.

  • Many apps have now gotten elements from Android 12 Material You. One of the most exciting aspects of the upcoming OS upgrade Android 12 is the Material You redesign which brings colors that will match your wallpaper choice, icons with more rounded corners and more visually pleasing looks, and other little design tweaks that will make the Android experience an even more visually pleasing one. Google has been updating its apps with elements of the new redesign when preparing for the official stable release of Android 12.

Additionally, Android 12’s Material You elements and redesign have now been applied to a lot of Google’s apps. Google Workspaces apps, such as Gmail, Google Meet, Google Calendar, Google Docs, and Google Drive have all now been updated with the new look, meaning they have rounder corners for sections, Dynamic Color (of course, if you have an Android 12 beta installed on your phone), and other design tweaks to match the overall experience of Android 12. Android 12 stable update is coming soon

Additionally, the Material You redesign has made selected tabs highlighted for easier distinction from other un-selected tabs, and the Library tab options such as Favorites, Archive, Utilities, and Trash have also become bigger and with more rounded corners. Android 12 Material You: you will get six shapes to choose from for the Google Photos widget. The YouTube Music widget also recently got the Material You look.

Although Google has not announced when Android 12’s official stable version will start rolling out for phones that support it, it’s clear that this day is now coming closer. We currently expect the new operating system to be made globally available in a stable version sometime this month. On top of the Material You redesign, Android 12 will bring efficiency improvements, more security controls, and other useful features.