Google Working on Updating Mobile Web Search With Material Design (Video)

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  • 26 Oct 2014
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  • Google has been slowly but surely updating its mobile search with cues from Material Design, as found by some lucky folks on their devices. From the findings done by Android Police so far, people with Full HD handsets have found this more often.

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    Chrome for Android was also confirmed to get this and don’t think that just because you’re using a Nexus you have it, because it’s not a guarantee. The implementation is random right now, a sign of gradual rollout. Official Google apps have been updated recently with Material Design, staying close to the look of Android 5.0 Lollipop, so it’s a pity not to have Google’s main service get that treatment as well. The first confirmations of the release came from a tipster with an account on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk system, that gives people small tasks in exchange for pay.

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    Those include tests on large scale of various services. So, if you own a Nexus 5 or Galaxy S5 you need to go to this address and try the Material Design web search out. The page is basically a mockup of Google Search, disguised with the cover “factoverflow”. It includes a few searches, new animations and new UI elements. The mockup is non functional and the search bar doesn’t even bring up the keyboard.

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    SOURCE: Android Police
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