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Google Chrome is preparing to receive Material You: this is how it will change its design on your mobile

Chrome will be one of the first apps to receive the Material You-based redesign, and we already know what it will be like.

As planned, Google will soon begin to update its apps with the new Material You aesthetic, adapting its design to the visual lines of Android 12, the version of the system that will arrive at the end of summer.

And everything seems to point to that Google Chrome it will be one of the first applications to receive the expected redesign. In fact, currently it's possible See what Google's browser will look like with its new Material You-based aesthetic.

Material You is Google's new design language, and Chrome will be one of the first apps to incorporate it.

Chrome with Material You, now available in the “Canary” version

Currently, the first changes in the design of Chrome following the lines of Material You have been carried out on the Canary version browser. In the latest installment, a experimental option or “flag” call “”, Which once activated allows the browser extract the colors from the theme set in the operating system –Only in Android 12–, and modify the appearance of the interface based on these colors.

Thus, some of the elements of the Chrome interface such as the switches, the highlight color of the text or the edges of the tabs they will change their appearance, taking the colors from the palette generated by Material You.

Google Chrome is preparing to receive Material You: this is how it will change its design on your mobile

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Although there is still work to be done, knowing that Google has begun to adapt its applications to the new design style is certainly good news. We trust that the company has its homework done before the arrival of the final version of Android 12, and that most of its apps already have an interface capable of changing its appearance with the dynamic colors of Material You.

Related topics: Apps, Google Apps, Google Chrome