Google Assistant is now getting a redesign, and it has widely rolled out yesterday evening. It sports a vivid background and rounded interface elements.
Google Assistant has been slowly rolling out this Interface for a while now. It arrived on the dedicated Assistant app on iOS a month ago, but yesterday it rolled out the update to all Android devices.
Interestingly, chips add a bezel that results in a raised, 3D appearance that prominent the suggestions even more. This applies to everyone, including the thumbs-up/down emoji for providing feedback to results. Notably, it appears that the “Share screenshot” chip is making a comeback following its disappearance after Google added a command to take screen captures.
The “Your Stuff” tab that has your Reminders, Agenda, Orders, Shopping List and Shortcuts also gain rounded cards, though Assistant app carousels in the “Explore” page still have rectangular cards.
With this rollout, the Google app on all platforms eventually has a uniform, combined appearance.