December 16, 2012

daringfireball.net

This aesthetic is quite distinct from the standard iOS look, but it’s unique to Google’s iOS apps, not a port of Android’s look and feel. In fact, if anything, Google’s iOS apps look and feel more Google-y, brand-wise, than Android does. Android’s look and feel match its name: sterile, robotic.

Daring Fireball 

I’m really liking Google’s iOS apps, it seems like the team is really making sure the design language is consistent. 

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