Google Uncover redesign rolling out on Android 12, drops playing cards & descriptions

Beginning on Android 12, Google is rolling out the following large redesign of Uncover. This visible revamp of the feed was once first presented on iOS and is now coming to Android.

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Tales within the Uncover feed are not positioned in person playing cards. They’re, as an alternative, laid immediately on a flat grey or white background in an method that does take away padding however finally ends up being somewhat generic. Moreover, Google isn’t truly profiting from that received area, as articles not function the primary sentence.

With out descriptions, all you get now’s the quilt symbol, headline, and newsletter identify/brand. This gives a lot much less context sooner than opening a piece of writing. 

In other places, the overflow menu within the bottom-right nook has a brand new icon, which is accompanied via percentage and “middle” buttons. Those adjustments practice to each the Google app and the feed to the left of maximum Android homescreens. While you’re on the most sensible of Uncover at the Pixel Launcher, you’ll see even much less of your wallpaper. This description and card-less design has been to be had at the iOS Google app for somewhat a while now.

This new Uncover glance began previous this month, when Google made its brand left-aligned fairly than targeted. In the meantime, the Snapshot shortcut is positioned in a fairly vibrant circle subsequent on your profile avatar. Taken in combination, it’s somewhat a jarring preliminary look.

As of lately, simplest Google app (*4*)beta customers on Android 12 are encountering this Uncover redesign. Be sure you refresh the feed for adjustments to take impact. It does now not seem on telephones working previous variations of Android and might be tied to the impending running gadget’s rumored visible overhaul.

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