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Google Search’s Material You makeover is heading to your Galaxy device soon

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Last updated: November 17th, 2022 at 06:41 UTC+01:00

Google is now bringing the Material You redesign to the Google Search app. Google Search results and the Discover feed receive makeovers from time to time, but other parts of the Google app aren’t that fast to pick up the changes. Well, thanks to an APK Insight post, we now have a sneak peek at how the Google Search Material You redesign will look on your Samsung Galaxy device.

The Material You bottom bar now has pill-shaped indicators at the bottom to show which tab you are currently on. The height of the bottom bar is similar to the previous design. This shouldn’t be surprising, as some Google apps such as Google Maps and Gmail have earlier removed the text labels to make the bottom bar appear more prominent, but they are stuck with the same height.

While it has the same bottom bar height as the previous design, it might change during the final Material You rollout. The Dynamic Color theme is not present at the moment on the Search app’s iteration, which the folks at 9To5Google enabled. This should change before this Material You redesign rolls out. As of yet, the accent color is blue.

The other place where the Material You redesign can be seen is in the Google app settings. It gets a big header, a pill-shaped search bar beneath the header, and more spacing between menu items. You also get a brief description of each Settings item to help you figure out where to look for a specific setting.

The Google Search Material You redesign also becomes the first Google app to bring M3-style toggles within the app settings. Since the redesign is in development, it may take some time before Google makes it official.

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