Anonymous, 03 Sep 2016Seems like Google Now will be "fattened" and require more space and memory and chew more batte... moreGuess so, too. Here's another heads up: they are also trying or testing such similar 'fattened' UI to YouTube at least for desktop/PC browsers. I've experienced such UI/version for some short while recently and they even showed a toggle which allows one to restore to the Classic version. And by 'Classic,' they probably meant the version before whatever version is in testing right now
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2016I've seen them test this layout in their website for mere seconds on a PC browser (Google Chro... moreCorrection: maybe not just for Chrome but across all web browsers in general. That is the way it has always been whenever they update UIs, logos, and texts
Seems like Google Now will be "fattened" and require more space and memory and chew more battery power. Let's hope for better though.
And it still looks like you have to give up 2/3 of your screen to the grey space surrounding the Google title. I honestly don't know why it's so big.
AnonD-533226, 02 Sep 2016goto sitting and disable google app (no root required)It still opens when you hold home button it just disables now cards
Herodroid, 02 Sep 2016what? just uninstall it. Also go in settings and remap home button.I thinks he is talking about physical button
Herodroid, 02 Sep 2016what? just uninstall it. Also go in settings and remap home button.Where remap setting can found?
I wish there is an apps can set as default apps,
Mean when i hold home key, nothing will happen.
Herodroid, 02 Sep 2016voids JUST software warranty, if u will ever get hardware issue, your warranty will still work.I stand corrected. Thanks for the info!
AnonD-322352, 02 Sep 2016You need to root your phone, which voids your warranty. voids JUST software warranty, if u will ever get hardware issue, your warranty will still work.
It is anyway to disable this google now?
I never using this APPS, sometime i wrongly hold down home key, and this **** apps is out.
I've seen them test this layout in their website for mere seconds on a PC browser (Google Chrome), all that 3D-like shadowy text box before I hit the reload/refresh button. It might be safe to assume that the update could also be coming to Chrome's desktop version then