Google launches its weather app update with a complete redesign

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There are so many legs that Google has open and available to use with our smartphone that it is very difficult for us to get to know them all, and that of time is one of the great unknown because there is no independent application as such, but it is inserted within the general of those of Mountain View, from which we can access the forecast for today, tomorrow or the following days. It is not, therefore, an independent application, but a section within that Google application that can be used for practically anything. From communicating with the virtual assistant of the North Americans, to surfing the internet as if it were Chrome or discovering news thanks to its “Discover” section. The fact is that this meteorological section is undergoing some important changes that have begun to be perceived, even on some Android devices. Redesign with new shapes, menus and colors Although it was last week when these changes began to become evident, it has not been until now that the entire aspect of this section of time in the Google application has shown all its changes. The first, the presence of a new search bar at the top, with rounded corners, and that were not there just a few days ago. Something that is in line with other redesigns that Google is doing within Android to unify criteria. In addition, Google has chosen to replicate the access system to the configuration and settings of this app, leaving behind the old access control to replace it with our avatar with the image of the Gmail account. As in Google Maps, or Google Photos, to modify the temperature measurement unit, for example, we will have to access the menu that is displayed by touching in the upper right part of the screen. As we told you, all these changes are reaching the beta channel of the Google application, specifically to version 12.20, so it is very possible that we will have it in a generalized way on all our Android smartphones where you have downloaded this app. Surely, Americans prefer that these improvements (especially visual) reach their Pixels sooner, but sooner or later, if you use this application, you will be able to benefit from weather forecasts that are much more visually attractive than those we had until now. >