Some may have noticed it recently, Gmail on desktop obtained a minor tweak recently. It’s icons have a tad-bit distinct look which makes it appear more in sync with those found in the Gmail program.
As seen by Androidpolice, this little change from the icon is at a handful of spots and is not live for everyone yet.
According to the report, the shift in icon is simply for the ones that are there in the sidebar folder navigation and the activities listed at the peak of an email address. It’s worth mentioning that the new icon replaces the old ones full of grey icons. The newest ones are a somewhat darker outlined variation.
Some may have noticed it recently, Gmail on desktop obtained a minor tweak recently. It has icons have a tad-bit different look which makes it look more in sync with all those found in the Gmail app.
As spotted by Androidpolice, this slight change in the pub is in a small number of spots and isn’t live for everyone however.
According to the report, the change in icon is simply for those that are there in the sidebar navigation and also the activities listed at the top of an emailaddress. It’s worth mentioning that the new icon replaces the old ones full of gray icons. The new ones are a slightly darker outlined variation. However, the style, more or less remains the same.
The report also adds that this change not just brings the Gmail desktop variant in line with this Android version, but also matches the changes that Google rolled out to Android and other programs as well in the past few years
It is being speculated that this minor change could be a part of a limited evaluation before it rolls out to billions of users around the globe. We could also expect these minor modifications in icons rolling out broadly in the not too distant future. It may also reach out to the masses by the time Google attracts Android 12 to everybody or holds the Google IO developer conference.
The company seems to have dropped a major hint concerning the coming of Android 12 by updating the Feedback app that is meant to let developers and beta testers send feedback readily. Updating the program in February seems clear since last year also Google dropped the initial beta of Android 11 in the exact same month.