Google has announced that its new Gmail redesign will become an opt-out experience rather than opt-in for some users starting today as the company ramps up to imminent general availability.
Windows 11 (KB5017389) finally adds tabbed File Explorer and more
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Windows 11 Preview in Beta Channel comes with Tablet-optimized taskbar
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Windows 11 Dev Channel finally brings Task Manager with a right click, and more
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Printer nightmares, Teams capabilities, and the death of SwiftKey for iOS
Google News has been given a refreshed look. Gone are the top five stories on the For you page, instead replaced with a few top stories, larger titles, and a larger weather widget.
Microsoft has given Task Manager a glow-up in Windows 11 Dev Channel build 22557 with a more modern UI and a couple of new functionalities. Find out our thoughts on the changes in our latest piece!
Microsoft has announced that its revamped, unified Whiteboard experience will be available to Surface Hub customers within a few weeks. It now features integration with Teams, among other things.
Google has announced the rollout of a new user interface for Gmail starting from next week. With integrated applications tucked to the left pane, it initially appears to be quite similar to Outlook.
Microsoft has rolled out the revamp for its Office desktop apps to more Windows users. The update is now available to all Windows 11 users and some Windows 10 users. It contains dark mode and more.
Microsoft has started rolling out a new Media Player app for Insiders on the Windows 11 Dev Channel. It is meant to replace Groove Music while the legacy Windows Media Player co-exists.
In this week's Closer Look, we discuss the changes that Microsoft has made to the Settings app in Windows 11, such as the removal of a traditional landing page and presence of breadcrumbs.
It seems that Microsoft is working on a redesigned Notepad for Windows 11. It features rounded corners, new options in settings, and a simplified menu. Two screenshots of the app have leaked.
The Microsoft Store in Windows 11 has gone through a major revamp. If the OS had shipped with Android apps support via the storefront on launch, we think Microsoft would've had a winner on its hands.
Microsoft is seemingly working on a brand-new media player experience for Windows 11, according to a leaked screenshot. However, there is no guarantee that it will see the light of day.
A recent commit to the Chromium Gerrit indicates that work is underway to implement menus with rounded corners in Google Chrome to match the design language of Windows 11. The code is not yet final.
Microsoft has announced a major update for its Whiteboard app that will introduce features like laser pointers and collaborative cursors across a single and unified Whiteboard experience.
Amazon has quietly redesigned its app icon because it allegedly bore resemblance to Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler. The serrated tape graphic on the icon apparently reminded people of Hitler's mustache.
Google is rolling out a new look to its mobile search experience that introduces an edge-to-edge design and provides easier to read search results. The redesign will go live in the next few days.
Google is planning to give its email service an overhaul, and a new logo seems to be the first step in achieving the same. A black-and-white image of the under-construction logo is now available.
Google is working on a massive redesign of the 'My Apps' section of the Play Store that will see it being named to "Manage apps & device." It is also working on P2P sharing for installed apps & games.
The tech giant has heard the community, and over the coming weeks will start experimenting with the placements of the vexing favicons that were introduced as a part of the recent redesign.
A redesign of the Google Photos is now available on version 4.30 of the Android app. It replaces the overflow menu with a new carousel and EXIF panel which can be accessed with a swipe up.
Microsoft has recently pushed out a new update to the Feedback Hub for Insiders on the Fast and Skip Ahead rings. It brings with it a new design, an Objectives tab and expanded settings options.
Following redesigns for many of the company's Office properties, Microsoft is also revamping the iconography for Skype. The new design is now available for both the iOS and the Android app.
YouTube seems to be currently in the middle of a limited test of a new design for its homepage, with larger thumbnails. Videos are also no longer organised by categories, channels or topics.
A new post from Valve gives us yet another look at the new Library UI redesign that's coming over the next few months, with a focus on the player's experience and a richer, more visual layout.
Google Keep Notes, the company's solution for jotting down quick notes, lists and reminders, has gotten itself a significant makeover. As one'd expect, gone is the app's distinctive yellow color.
Microsoft showed off a major redesign and new features that will make it to the Outlook mobile app on iOS sometime later this year, at a session during its ongoing Ignite 2018 conference today.
The latest update for the SharePoint mobile app that brings major design changes is now being rolled out to iOS and Android users. The rollout is expected to complete in mid-September.
With the new Wear OS design, you can access information and notifications more quickly on your smartwatch and receive more proactive help from Google Assistant. The changes are rolling out next month.
PayPal has begun rolling out its redesigned mobile app on Android. The app will come to Australia and Italy initially and then come to other markets. Apple iOS users will get the update later.
Google Chrome version 69, which will roll out to users next month, will bring with it a new looking Material Design refresh on all operating systems that the browser currently runs on.
Snapchat was said to be working on a ground-up rewrite of its app, and will likely be available for users on the alpha channel soon, but you can enable the redesign right away if your phone is rooted.
The Google Voice app was expected to receive a large update on all platforms, which is now rolling out to iOS users. It comes with a complete redesign, a new contacts tab and much more.
Google is testing a visual refresh of its Chrome browser in its Canary branch, with it following guidelines rumored to be a part of the company's upcoming 'Material Design 2' paradigm.
Today, Reddit has announced that its new visual update will be rolling out to select users. The full rollout will happen over the coming weeks and will also offer up new features for the website.
A Reddit post gives us our first glimpse at what seems to be limited testing of a Material Design-inspired makeover for Google Search, with well-defined borders and depth effects separating results.
Reddit has announced that it will be rolling out its new redesign in alpha to more users over the next several weeks, introducing a large number of new features for both users and moderators.
Apple is apparently looking to boost the market for its wearables, and that push includes an upgrade to the company's wireless headphones. The redesign would include a new chip and water resistance.
Snapchat revealed earlier in the month that it would be bringing some changes to its app. The changes, that will attempt to make things more personal have been revealed in a new video.
Microsoft has rebranded its popular Android application, previously known as "Arrow Launcher," to "Microsoft Launcher". The update includes new capabilities and a revamp in design as well.
Microsoft has officially launched the new Skype experience on Linux with a beta. The beta offers a brand new design and some new features including more emoji and screen sharing options.
It may be hard to believe but YouTube has been around for over a decade. The service has constantly evolved and is now announcing a new look with plans to add more functionality to mobile and desktop.