Here are Android “L” App Design Screenshots for Maps, Settings, Music, Keyboard, and More

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Everyone is waiting patiently for Google to release the Android L preview build tomorrow, but hopefully these screenshots can help ease the impatience.

Android L, from what we can see so far, is a major redesign for the OS. App color schemes and various layouts are changing considerably inside of system applications, which might have Android L as one of the most distinguishable updates the OS has ever received. For example, colors for system volumes are now going to be a bright yellow instead of Holo Blue, and many other apps and lists seem to be much more vibrant. 

Google Keyboard will also see a nice update at some point, more than likely through Google Play, which looks to bring a very minimal and flat appearance.

Google has posted an entire walkthrough of their new design language, so take a peek if you want to dive deeper into Android L.

Below, we have posted a few of the big UI update screenshots we have seen on the site.

Share your thoughts below.


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ViaGoogle Design



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