Google is redesigning its search bar for its mobile site

Alfred Osborne
March 12, 2018

Now, with Android P in works, Google is experimenting with a new rounded search bar (similar to the one seen on its Pixel launcher) on its mobile site.

Retooling the Android Wear platform to Wear OS actually makes a lot of sense now, especially as it's not for Android-only compatibility devices anymore. These devices are able to play music and access to other apps.

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I'm guessing Google will formally introduce Wear OS this coming May at Google I/O, and while I don't anticipate any hardware announcements at that time, I'm hoping and praying for a Pixel Watch this October alongside the Pixel 3. It's essentially Google's wearable Android and its answer to watchOS, the operating system Apple offers on its Apple Watch. Further when AndroidPolice ran up the tests, they failed to see the new changes on both regular and Incognito modes. However, the company has been slowly moving away from Android in other cases. The last stable version of software 12.2 allowed to receive nearby notifications.

Until then, expect plenty of rumours to do the rounds as more Android P Preview users install it. The search giant is spotted testing the new user interface and the biggest change in it will be the inclusion of a round search bar. So yes, the new Rounded Search Bar results in the Google's mobile site will soon be released officially for the public before the rollout of the new Android operating system. Renaming and rebranding of the device may attract consumer and will help to eradicate confusion of its OS connectivity to the iPhones and Android devices.

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