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Google Weather for Android’s new look with Material You Coming Soon

Google is reportedly working on a new design for its weather experience that will adopt the Material You style. The new look will offer a simpler and more informative interface for users. The weather experience is not a standalone app, but rather a feature within the Google app that can be accessed by searching for it or using widgets on the home screen.

Google Weather Material You Design

The redesign was spotted by 9to5Google, who did not reveal much about the source except that it was a Google employee who tweeted about it. The redesign will consolidate the current three tabs for today, tomorrow, and 10-day forecast into one section. The new section will show the current weather, hourly forecast, and 10-day forecast all in one place.

L-R: Current, Current, Material You Redesign | Credit: 9to5Google

As you can see in the image above, the new design provides more information in a single view. This can be very useful for someone who needs to check the weather quickly and easily. For those who love Froggy, the Google Weather frog, don’t worry, the mascot is still there in the new design, but in a smaller size at the top of the screen. The focus is now more on the weather data.

The new design is still a work in progress and may not be available to everyone yet. The Google weather experience is still lacking some features compared to other weather apps, but it’s good to see some improvement. If you want to try the new look, you may have to wait for a while until it rolls out to your device.


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