Google’s own weather app has been given a lick of paint. The design has been taken care of. Google Weather is finally handed the Material You design.
Material You for Google Weather
A new design update is rolling out for the Google Weather application. For example, you can call up the weather section via the Google search bar on your phone, or in Google Discover, or simply via the search engine. The colleagues of 9to5Google have come across the new design, although it is not yet available to every user.
Left and center: the current view – Right: the new Google Weather application
The current view shows three tabs with today’s weather, tomorrow’s weather and for the next ten days. Here you can scroll through the weather forecast and view additional information such as the wind, the weather per hour and, for example, the time when the sun rises and sets.
The new sauce brings the Material You style that we previously saw reflected in various other Google services. In the new style, all information is bundled into cards that you can swipe through vertically. The overview of today’s weather now takes up much less space. Google also applies a different font in the display of Google Weather. You can scroll horizontally through the cards themselves.
It is unclear when everyone will get the updated view. For now, this has only been rolled out to a limited extent. Wondering which weather application gives the best results? Read our comprehensive weather app review.