SamMobile has affiliate and sponsored partnerships. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn a commission. Learn more.

Google Keep gets Material You update on Galaxy Watch 4, Watch 5

Watch
By 

Last updated: September 12th, 2022 at 09:49 UTC+02:00

With Android 12, Google introduced the Material You UI design language, and Samsung adopted it with One UI 4 on smartphones and tablets. The new design language is also being rolled out to apps on Wear OS smartwatches. Google has released an updated version of Google Keep with the Material You design.

As noted by 9To5Google, Google Keep’s Material You redesign allows you to see two note previews instead of one. It also brings pill-shaped buttons for creating a note and creating a list. The buttons for notes actions (Add Reminder, Archive, and Pin) are pill-shaped. You can see more text in a single view when a note is opened.

This new design is being rolled out with the update version 5.22.342.03.97. You can download it via the Google Play Store on your Galaxy Watch 4 and the Galaxy Watch 5. Previously, Google introduced a Tile for Google Keep that allows easier access to the creation of a new note.

Google is slowly improving the Wear OS platform with help from Samsung. It not only added more features to the platform but also updated most stock apps. It is also working with third-party developers to launch more/improved apps. The company is also improving smartwatch integration with smartphones, tablets, and Chrome OS laptops.

Image of Galaxy Watch 5

SamsungGalaxy Watch 5

Watch Galaxy Watch 4Galaxy Watch 4 ClassicGalaxy Watch 5Galaxy Watch 5 ProGoogleGoogle KeepWear OS 3
Load 1 comments

You might also like

Google Play Store redesign makes installing apps on Galaxy Watches easier

Google is now focusing on making various ecosystem devices play well together. As a part of that plan, the company has now added a new tab to the Google Play Store called ‘Other Devices,’ enabling you to directly search apps for smartwatches, TVs, and cars via your smartphone. With the Galaxy Watch 4, Samsung ditched Tizen […]

  • By Asif Iqbal Shaik
  • 10 hours ago

Android Auto’s redesign will bring bigger widgets for music players

Although Google said that it would release the redesigned Android Auto UI in the summer of 2022, the company is yet to release it. The new UI brings responsive design to widgets, other UI elements, and a slightly newer design language. Another feature that is a part of the update is related to music players. […]

  • By Asif Iqbal Shaik
  • 10 hours ago

Google could bring Samsung’s HDR10+ format into a bigger branding

The most popular HDR video formats currently include Dolby Vision, HDR10, and HDR10+, and it looks like Dolby Vision is winning the war. HDR10+, co-developed by Amazon and Samsung, is adopted by a few brands, studios, and streaming services. It is also the default dynamic metadata standard in HDMI 2.1. However, it hasn’t caught as […]

  • By Asif Iqbal Shaik
  • 3 days ago

Latest update brings some good Play Store & Play Protect-related features

The latest Google Play System update is bringing new Play Store and Play Protect features to Android smartphones near you. According to Google’s official support documentation, among other multiple features, the Play Store will now help you make better decisions on installing the apps that you love. Moreover, the update also brings improved and more […]

  • By Sagar Naresh
  • 4 days ago

Samsung launches JUUN.J limited editions of Galaxy Z Flip 4, Z Fold 4, Buds 2 Pro, Watch 5 series

Samsung has launched one more limited-edition series of its latest smartphones and wearables in South Korea. This time, the company partnered with global fashion designer brand JUUN.J to launch limited-edition variants of the Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Buds 2 Pro, Galaxy Watch 5, and the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. JUUN.J […]

  • By Asif Iqbal Shaik
  • 4 days ago

Google Assistant now integrates better with Google Calendar and Google Tasks

Google has announced that its products now work better together. Google Assistant now integrates with Google Calendar and Google Tasks when you ask it to remind you of something, and this should’ve been the case from the start. Nevertheless, Google is making amends and cleaning up its product portfolio to make things simpler. Earlier, when […]

  • By Asif Iqbal Shaik
  • 5 days ago