One of the important news that will bring Android 12 It’s a big redesign of Material You, replacing that Material Design aesthetic we’ve had for years. It’s a radical departure from what we’ve seen for so long on Android, and obviously it will be reflected in all of Google’s apps, including its popular photo gallery.
Google Photos, which is on everyone’s lips for removing its free and unlimited storage, will not only welcome several improvements and features starting in July, but also benefit from a -discreet- facelift
Bigger text and other subtle changes
At Google I / O last month, Google unveiled the third major version of its design language, Material You, which will renew the appearance of Android and other applications developed by Google. The new design highlights the personalization, rounded corners and size of the header text, while making it easier to use the mobile with one hand.
In XDA they managed to activate th is Hardware redesign You on Google Photos
New memories come to mind, but the app prepares for show them also in the image library. Also, if you have created a photo album on a certain date, that album will appear when you scroll through the image library.
If you created a photo album on a certain date, that album will appear when you scroll through the image library
Finally, Google Photos is testing a menu that, when typed, displays “edit” and “select” buttons. If all the images for a given date were taken in a recognized location, this additional menu may also include a “See on the map” button to bring us directly to the map view of the application.
As you can see, it doesn’t look like Google Photos is going to undergo a drastic design change, but the renovation will be given, mainly, in some added features. In any case, it will be necessary to wait for the final update of Android 12 to discover all the changes.
Via | XDA