Google Drive For Android Will Soon Get Material Design Refresh

Google has been working to bring a lot of changes to its Apps. Recently, we came to know that Google Drive For Android is soon going to get Material Design Refresh. Furthermore, according to the reports it is said that the Google Drive For Android Latest Update contains this inactivated feature. So, Google will roll out the feature soon to all the Android Users of Google Drive.

Google Drive For Android Is Going To Get Material Design Refresh

We all know that Google is slowly replacing all of its apps to a refreshed Material Design fashion. The newest product to get this therapy is Google Drive on Android. Furthermore, it is said that the code is there prepared to go. So, Google will be able to anticipate its roll out to customers quickly.
We have got our hands on some of the screenshots from XDA Builders in collaboration with Kieron Quinn. Although the screenshots aren’t too surprising because we have already seen  Google’s different latest redesigns. Let’s have a look at them.

It is obvious from the screenshots that there will be a backside navigation bar with tabs for Dwelling, Starred, Shared, and Record data. There will be different choices and nothing will be hidden behind the hamburger menu. Moreover, there will be a search field that will cover the complete width on the prime. Furthermore, there will be no place for the overflow menu any longer.
The account switching option will reside behind the profile icon within the prime proper. Furthermore, the progress bar will serve to you visualize how a lot of your storage you’ve got used up has sadly been eliminated. The last but however not the least, the FAB will now the identical boring white circle with multicolored plus icon you get within the new Gmail and elsewhere.

Laiba Mohsin

Laiba is an Electrical Engineer seeking a placement to gain hands-on experience in relevant areas of Telecommunication. She likes to write about tech and gadgets. She's is known for her love for cats, music, traveling and exploring things.
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