In June, Google upgraded Discover to be “more streamlined” by removing article depictions and descriptions other visual changes. On Android 12, the Google Discover feed to one side of the Pixel Launcher added more Material You flourishes.
On Android 12, Discover features a custom header where the Google logo is left-aligned — instead of centered,, while the profile symbol is a lot bigger and the alternate way to dispatch Assistant Snapshot is next to it.
With the latest Google application beta (12.32), Google is adding some Material You prospers. Since the more extensive update, the feed of articles has never stretched out to the highest point of the screen. Maybe, it stops a decent 6th of the way down the screen. The adjusted corners are currently noticeable and featured by a themed header space.
It exploits Material You Dynamic Color to show a foundation tone, while the Google logo utilizes a more obscure shade. In the models you see beneath, it’s substantially more intriguing than having a solitary splendid shading for the whole screen’s experience.
In the mean time, on dim subjects, an unadulterated dark foundation that differences with dim cards is utilized. Google does, notwithstanding, quietly color its logo and the Snapshot symbol.
This change is currently in the beta channel and shows how backdrop based Dynamic Color is seeping into more applications, however the Pixel Launcher Discover feed is blended in with the framework UI, accordingly joining Quick Settings as another high-profile place clients will see Material You in action.