Beginning today, Google is rolling out a redesign of the Gmail app for Android and iOS. It’s based on the “Material Theme” that has been available on the web since April of last year. When the update hits your phone, you’ll find an app that no longer has a heavy red bar at the top and is generally a little lighter and cleaner-looking.
In the redesign, Google is once again using its custom Google Sans font. (You’ll especially notice it in the sidebar.) You’ll also find that the account switcher has been moved to the upper right-hand side and is integrated with the search bar. That search bar is the main navigation for Gmail now, containing both the hamburger menu button and the account switcher. The “Floating Action Button” remains down…
Written by Dieter Bohn
This news first appeared on https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/29/18201193/gmail-mobile-app-redesign-material-theme-android-iphone under the title “Gmail mobile app redesign with ‘Material Theme’ begins rolling out today”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.