Google has been slowly but surely making some changes to their Material Design specifications and guidelines for several months now. Unofficially dubbed Material Design 2, the updates are the first major ones since 2014 when Google initially launched Material Design. Besides bringing a fresh look to interfaces, the overhaul appears to be focused on improving […]
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Google has been slowly redesigning most of their core apps with updated Material Design interfaces, and Google Maps is next up on the list. There have been a few Maps tweaks over the last few months hinting at this coming, and Google I/O more or less confirmed it, but it’s finally happening. The update is […]
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Google has big plans for podcasts soon, but that doesn’t mean you have to abandon your third-party apps. Pocket Casts is still by far one of the most popular options, and with good reason. But you know what would make it just a bit better? A slick new Material Design interface. One of Google’s partner […]
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At their annual conference covering the intersection between design and technology, Google announced this year’s winners of the Material Design Awards during SPAN Pittsburgh. This is the third year for the annual awards and Google decided to change things up a bit by opening nominations to the public. After receiving “hundreds of submissions” Google reviewed […]
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The Netherlands-based ECCO Leather company has just launched a crazy new ultra-colorful material it describes as the world’s first soft and transparent cow skin leather. Coming soon to a catwalk near you!
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In a bid to build flexible and durable protective wear, researchers from McGill University turned to nature for inspiration and frequented a fish market to find test subjects.
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Researchers recently used graphene to develop a tiny camera sensor with a high resolution — and low noise levels. The supermaterial helps the smaller sensors to manage more pixels without degrading image quality.
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Could your next wetsuit be fashioned after the fur of hairy, semiaquatic mammals like beavers and sea otters? Quite possibly yes, if these researchers have anything to say about it. Here’s why their work is exciting.
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Listonic is a smart shopping list application available on both Android and iOS. The Android version of the application underwent a big update this week bringing an all-new design layout.
If you check your downloaded apps that are eligible to update, there’s a good chance Listonic is one them. The newest version of the application contains a design overhaul that matches Google’s Material design standards. We’re seeing the shift to Material design across a number of apps in the marketplace. Listonic is now more organized, contains brighter colors and has quick shortcuts embedded throughout the interface. You’ll also notice that some icons have changed to match that of Google’s design standard. Additionally, a bevy of new animations can be noticed throughout the application which are now cleaner and faster. You can update to the latest version on Google Play or tap the link down below to be directed. If the update doesn’t appear at first, be patient, it should hit all devices in the coming days.
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Google has begun rolling out an update for its official AdSense application. In terms of added functionality, this upgrade brings compatibility for custom date ranges, as well a complete visual overhaul complying with the search engine giant’s Material Design guidelines,
Check out the clean, new interface in the gallery below:
To install the update on your smartphone, simply open up the Play Store, toggle the hamburger menu by swiping in from the left-hand side of the screen, select ‘My Apps’ and click on ‘AdSense’. Then all that’s left for you to do is hit the update button.
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