Google continues to integrate new design elements across its products, with a recent focus on the Chrome browser, as reported by 9to5Google.
Chrome’s Desktop Redesign
In a previous update, we highlighted the substantial redesign of the desktop version of Chrome, embracing the Material You style. Now, these design enhancements have extended to the Android version, creating a more seamless integration with the overall system design and shared visual elements.
Notable changes include an elevated search bar on the main page, mirroring the font style of Android 13 and 14. Frequently visited site shortcuts now appear in a translucent block with rounded corners, providing a larger and more visually cohesive presentation. The recommendations feed has also undergone adjustments to align with the Material You design. Additionally, the browser boasts a new color scheme in line with the Dynamic Color style of the latest Android version.
NIX Solutions notes that these updates are currently being rolled out with Chrome 119 for Android, and users can expect the redesign to be accessible to all in the upcoming weeks.