Slowly but surely, Google has been introducing Material Design makeovers to its suite of apps and, today, you can count Google+ among them. The update is minor for the most part but it’s rife with Google’s new design language, which we’ll be seeing plenty of in the coming months.
On the mobile side, we’re still patiently waiting for Android L to officially launch, though Google has been providing updates to its apps as we near the software’s release. Surprisingly, there haven’t been too many rumors, though it can’t be long until Google breaks its silence. I mean, the company supposedly has two very important devices to talk about, so we’ll keep our ears peeled for word to come through the grapevine.
Until then, for those of you who use Google+, you can get a glimpse of Android’s future in the newest update. As noted by Droid-Life, you can expect the new Google+ to feature more polished menus, a simpler Photos layout and an overall flatter design. You can expect the entirety of Android to reflect that same look soon enough when Android L becomes available.