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Google Assistant Redesign Released Now, Dark Mode Coming Soon

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Google Assistant Redesign Rolling Out Now, Dark Mode Coming Soon

Google Assistant is an artificial intelligence-powered virtual assistant developed by Google that is primarily available on mobile and smart home devices. Unlike the company’s previous virtual assistant, Google Now, the Google Assistant can engage in two-way conversations. In 2017, Google Assistant was installed on more than 400 million devices

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Google’s well-known most used web browser and the upcoming latest version of Android, of course, Chrome and Android Q now Google Assistant will get the most used feature, of course, the dark mode.

Now, it’s time for the tech giant Google’s own personal digital Assistant application to begin testing this new feature. As this feature brings lots of plus points along with it like it consumes much less battery and not only that even this feature also protect our eyes as well.

Google Assistant Redesign Now Released bringing the controls and buttons closer together. The search giant has been reportedly testing the new design for several weeks,

Google Assistant now includes rounded corners for all the cards. The new design brings the Panel and Explore buttons to the bottom row on the main Panel screen. The Explore button has been moved to the right-hand side while the Panel button sits on the left side. The updated Google Assistant design is rolling out to users with the latest stable version of the Google app (v8.91), 9to5 Google notes

However, there are few changes that may annoy some users. The Google Lens button and keyboard icons are very close to the microphone. When you tap the microphone icon, it takes over the Google Lens button and keyboard icons. You’ll need to tap on the microphone icon again to pick Lens or keyboard.

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The redesigned compact controls show up on every Assistant interface. As we mentioned, the latest stable version of the Google app (v8.91) is getting the new Google Assistant redesign, while the Assistant panel is getting rounded corners via the Google app 9.0 (currently in beta).

Apart from this, Google may be working on a dark mode for Google Assistant as well. Previous Android Q leaks had nearly confirmed a system-wide dark mode on Google’s next mobile operating system release. The company is expected to update Google Assistant with a dark mode.

Google Assistant’s interface has been largely white so far. The Google app in beta is now rolling out with cards that come with a black background and white text on top. To use this interface, users will need to turn on their phone’s battery saver mode or if the ‘Night mode’ in Android Pie’s developer options is turned to ‘Always on’

The changes were spotted on Google app version 9.5. Since it’s a beta release, it’s not certain if these changes will be rolled out in the stable release

 

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