Chrome for Android now features Google’s new Material Design language
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One of the most anticipated parts of Android L isn’t even a feature, per se it’s Material Design, Google’s new vision for how its software looks. It was easily one of the most well-received demos at Google I/O this year, and while Android L still doesn’t have a release date, the company has started spreading touches of the new design throughout its apps. The Google+ Android app already looks up-to-date with Material Design language, and today Chrome has been similarly updated.
It’s not a dramatic change the textures and gradients in the older version are gone, and then upper-right menu swoops in and out with a pleasing animation. The view showing your open tabs has also been slightly tweaked, but overall it still feels like the same…