Google has been working on revamping the feed found in the Google App and it is all set to roll out new rounded UI objects and new navigation bar. However, these changes may not be well appreciated by the users yet they are going to be unveiled soon.
Google has also uploaded the screenshots of the first look of the interface. It seems to be the nice and user-friendly upgrade in which rounded cards give look which is more playful and attractive. The bottom navigation bar has been improvised and now has five icons. The hamburger menu can now be located in the south in the Google feed which was earlier on the top left. This recent speculation is centered on APK teardowns who predicted the improvisation of Google App. The latest iteration gives more surety about the same that yes these changes are certainly going to happen.
Though this Google App feed element change is still under the scanner and most of the experts are a bit unclear about the same. The launch is still awaited and it may turn out to be one of the bright ideas. Version 7.15 sporting the rounded feed cards sounds really exciting, the Home button is now solid, accompanied with a new ‘Upcoming’ button, yet there is no search button. The ‘upcoming icon’ is also unclear as of now which has changed from a brick and that is just a better idea. Many critic opinions are being expressed over to have two identical search icons on the same page where one is placed in the bottom center and the other one at the top right of the screenshot on the left.
However, the news is that still redesign work is under the process and there are chances of getting furthermore changes to the Google feed. A few user reports says that new Google App feed UI design is not available to all as of now and this could be a server-side switch as some users may have seen it for a few weeks. So to ignite the excitement more, this change of Google App feed is going to make things a bit easier to differentiate between the app users and from the content i.e. photos or albums posted on the service. This Google App feed revamp process is already attracting the attention of the users and certainly going to become more popular once launched.
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