Material You is the third significant iteration of Google’s Material design language. As indicated by Google, Material You expects to make plans that are “personal for every style, accessible for every need, and adaptive for every screen.”
It was presented at Google I/O recently, and from that point forward, Google and a few third-party developers have updated their applications with help for Material You’s dynamic colors. The following Google application to support dynamic theming could be Gmail, as the feature is presently rolling out to certain clients.
XDA Recognized Developer luca020400 disclosed to us that after updating to version 2021.08.24.394054613 of the Gmail application for Android, he immediately noticed the application was utilizing the color palette generated from his wallpaper. The background, buttons, tabs, and search bar in the Gmail application all currently utilize dynamic colors, as you can find in the pictures he imparted to us.
Luca says he saw this feature on his Pixel 5 running the fourth Android 12 beta. My own Pixel 3 XL is additionally running the fourth beta with a similar form of the Gmail application, however you don’t have dynamic colors enabled on their device.
Almost certainly, this component is gated by a worker side banner, which is the reason we haven’t seen different reports of the element yet. When Google begins to carry this feature out to everybody, however, everyone will update this article.
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