Google Discover launches three-column user interface ahead of Pixel Tablet

Google Discover launches three-column user interface ahead of Pixel Tablet

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Google has been optimizing your own applications with big screen optimizations from I/O 2022 and this is expected to culminate with the Pixel tablet. The latest update is a three-column user interface for Google Discover on tablets.

We have already shown How Google Updates Assistant and Discover for Pixel Tablet The latest change is now applied to existing tablets, including Samsung’s Tab S8 with Google app (current beta).

Instead of just two columns of articles, Google Discover now has a third that makes the feed go end-to-end. The full-screen effect is especially noticeable on the left of your home screen with a black background, while the Google logo and your profile avatar are moved to the upper corners.

Meanwhile, the navigation bar in the Google app looks much better without the blank space. We’re still waiting for this sidebar to transition to the Material You style.

As part of this three-column change, Google now places all articles in cards with faint outlines, while the cover images become smaller. The width is the same, but the height is different from row to row. This is also the case in portrait orientation, even though you’re sticking to two columns.

On the Pixel tablet, Google is expected to add rows of media offerings that are “From your apps,” like Google TV, as part of an experience with a backrest and a colorful background.

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