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Full list of Google apps and services that have adopted Google’s new Material Theme

Google announced a powerful new design system called Material Theming for developers at I/O 2018, and as part of that initiative, Google itself is building a Material Theme. It’s what many (including us) have been calling “Material Design 2” for several months. Google didn’t plan one coordinated refresh of all its apps, though, so it’s taking a while for the new design to roll out.

Here’s a full list of the apps and services we know have the new look so far…

Links below go straight to the Play Store or website, but be sure to read our coverage as well for all the relevant details and screenshots for each redesign.

Android apps

Web services/apps


The new design is planned to come to all of Google’s services, apps, and products, including all of its Android apps, iOS apps, popular web apps like Gmail and Google Drive, and more. We’ll keep this list updated over time.

Be sure to keep an eye on this list in the coming weeks and months. Google’s Matias Duarte told us at Google I/O 2018 that there would be several waves of updates rolling across all of Google’s products. If you’re out of the loop on what’s happening with all these apps, you should head over and read more about the new approach to Material Design.

If you know of any apps or Google web services that have adopted the new design language, feel free to leave us a comment below and we’ll get it added to the list.

This list was last updated 9/5/18.

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