• Google rolls back Android Messages to old design and removes dark mode

    Google rolls back Android Messages to old design and removes dark mode




    On Thursday, it looked as if Google was revealing an updated variant of its indispensable Android Messages application. The refresh highlighted some visual changes like disposing of the blue bar at the best and changing over to the organization's Google Sans textual style. It likewise incorporated a dim mode as an other option to the default, so-much-white look. 

    However, toward the end of last night, as Reddit clients rushed to see, Google returned to the old Android Messages outline — notwithstanding for the individuals who had just introduced the latest refresh. On the off chance that you had the new Messages yesterday, open it up today and you'll see that it's no more. Indeed, Google has the server-side capacity to change the look of Messages on a dime. 

    A few clients had griped about losing the choice to allot custom hues to visit rises for their distinctive contacts, yet it's somewhat far-fetched that Google would turn around course finished that bit of input alone. Maybe dim mode was causing a few issues, or there was another bug the organization found, or the patched up Messages began showing up before Google really planned. 

    No matter. It looked great. Ideally it returns soon.
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