Google is Now Rolling Out Android Auto’s Complete Redesign

Google has begun the rollout of its complete redesign for android auto. The update arrives almost three months after it was unveiled. The new version of Android Auto carries a complete redesign of the software with a stronger focus on app interaction. Now, you’ll see an app grid on your Continue Reading


Facebook is Finally Rolling Out Messenger 4, a Complete Redesign

After teasing the redesign earlier this year, Facebook has finally announced it’ll begin rolling out a refreshed version of its Messenger app starting today. The company is calling the update Messenger 4 and with it brings a complete redesign of the app complete with a simpler interface that strays farther Continue Reading

Google Assistant on Smartphones Gets a Makeover

Google has announced the first major redesign of the Google Assistant’s interface for smartphones. This comes less than a week before the company’s big event in New York where the company is set to take the wraps off the Pixel 3 and other devices. The Google Assistant is adopting Google’s Continue Reading

Google Chrome Gets Updated with Redesign, New Password Manager, and More

To celebrate the browser’s tenth anniversary, Google has announced a major upgrade for Chrome that includes a new design and features. It’s the first time we’ve ever seen such a major upgrade for the browser in terms of raw visual design. According to Google, Chrome will now feature a design Continue Reading

Microsoft Removes ‘Highlights’ Feature with New Skype Redesign

Microsoft has announced yet another redesign of Skype for mobile that removes certain features from the app in favor of more simplicity. According to the company, “maintaining simplicity while enhancing functionality is critical to usability,” hence today’s refresh of the app’s design. According to Microsoft, Skype will now be simpler Continue Reading

Google Announces Redesign of Wear OS with Focus on Assistant and Fitness

Google’s been trying different things to improve its Wear OS smartwatch platform for years, and today they’re giving things another go with another redesign of the platform to make it simpler to use and access information at a moment’s notice. No longer can you change your watch face by swiping Continue Reading

Google Voice Redesign Now Rolling Out to iOS Users [Update: Android, Too]

After unveiling the new look back at Cloud Next 2018, Google has begun rolling out a redesigned version of its Google Voice app to iOS users. The updated interface will also make its way to Android in the near future, with some users claiming they’ve already begun seeing the changes Continue Reading

Microsoft Rolling Out Redesigned Skype Desktop App to Everyone

Microsoft has begun rolling out a redesigned version of its desktop Skype app that resembles the recently-introduced designs of the Windows 10 and mobile apps. With the new design comes a few new features. Microsoft says users can now place free HD video and screen sharing calls with up to Continue Reading

Google Drive is Getting a Redesign, Rolling Out Now

Following the major redesign of Gmail, Google has announced it’s rolling out a fresh look for its cloud storage solution, Google Drive. The service’s new look will mimic the new Gmail to an extent with Google’s newly updated Material Design language playing a big role in how it appears. There Continue Reading

Facebook is Finally Gonna Redesign Messenger

Facebook has been corroding its messaging app, Messenger, with various features and updates that no one has asked for. This has led to an overall messy experience that’s far from simple and convenient. Now, however, it looks like the company wants to turn things around. Today during its F8 developers Continue Reading

Google Officially Gives Gmail a Redesign

Google today officially began rolling out the redesign of Gmail they promised a couple of weeks ago. The new user interface is chock full of fresh features that make the service feel more suitable for 2018. For starters, the entire UI has received a material design makeover. This alone makes Continue Reading

Google Finally Gives Calendar on the Web a Material Redesign

Google’s Calendar app for desktop has always looked out of date, especially when the company debuted its material design language back in 2014. It’s been three years since then and the website has felt old and decrepit since then. However, as of today, Google Calendar on your desktop now reflects Continue Reading