Android 13 shouldn’t completely revolutionize Google’s operating system, but the American giant continues to make some minor design changes, including particularly at the level of search suggestions.
Google recently rolled out a new beta update for its Google app (version 13.20) and specifically brought a new design for search suggestions. Currently, when you perform a search on the Google app, suggestions are displayed one after another on a plain, light, or dark background, depending on the settings of your Android smartphone.
Now, each suggestion appears in its own box in the new version. Square also adopts a plain background which is different from other apps, making it easier for users to see. According to information from 9to5Google, this new design will appear in-app searches on Pixel Launcher in the upcoming beta version of Android 13, and then when a new operating system becomes available at the end of the year.
Android 13 Beta Brings A Little New Creator’s Design To The Google Search List
As you can see from the image below, the new search suggestion box takes up more space than the old version because the searches are now separate from each other. We can also see that the top corner of the first suggestion and the bottom corner of the last suggestion are rounded, giving the entire list a more modern look.
In addition to making search more integrated with Material You, a new design appeared in Android 12 that allows the color of certain interface elements to match the accent color the user chooses, making search suggestions easier to use. The fact that searches are now separated into individual boxes will make it easier for users; to click on the suggestion they want.
So far, the new version of the Google app has only been rolled out to a handful of Android smartphone users; but we hope to roll it out more widely over the next few weeks. We don’t know how long we will have to wait before this change arrives in the Android 13 beta. The list of smartphones compatible with Android 13 has also recently grown.
At the Google I/O developer conference, Google announced some new products, including the mid-budget Pixel 6a and the Pixel Watch smartwatch. And among the new products is a new iteration of the proprietary mobile operating system – Android 13.