One of the biggest features included in the next version of Android, Android L, isn’t a feature exactly – it’s Google’s new Material Design language. Android L still doesn’t have a release date but Google is slowly updating the way its apps look by using the new language. Google+ was the first app to get the interface upgrade and now Chrome has been similarly updated.
It’s not that noticeable, all of the gradients and textures have been replaced with flat colours and smooth animations. It’s nice to see that Google is updating its software ready for the release of Android L – whenever that may be.
SOURCE: The Verge