Google Calendar to Get a New Material Design Update

Google will soon be taking off Material Design to the Google Calendar site.

The Google Calendar application for Android first got Material in 2014, but the same can’t be said of the site. It has been more than a long time since Google first presented the Material Design, but the company still can’t seem to move it out to its web properties, for example, Gmail and Calendar.

That will soon change, at any rate for Calendar. Reddit user xDawnut has shared images over the new UI, released as a major aspect of the Trusted Tester program. The new format looks fundamentally the same as the Google Calendar Android application, as one may anticipate. There are new designs for day, week, month and rundown see and in addition the settings menu.

The differences between the old and new design are uncommon. We don’t know why it took Google this long to get the Calendar site refreshed, but it’s great that it’s practically entire. In particular, it appears Google hasn’t deplored any usefulness while revealing this new design.


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