New Design For Google Weather On Android Launches Today

By 05:29 Fri, 30 Jul 2021 Comments

A couple of weeks ago we trecent you about an entirely recent design that Google was testing for the weather information you can summon through Google Now on Android. And here's some fine news - the test is over, and the recent design is now rolling out to every Android device out there.

While this seems to be a server-side update, having the latest version of the Google app for Android ( does apparently assist acquire it faster. So create sure you're up to date. If so and you still don't see the recent design, just be patient for a small while longer - Google loves to stage such rollouts.

The recent weather card is not only prettier than before, but it also packs much more information. You acquire hourly sky conditions and chance of rain, severe weather alerts, a more detailed ten-day forecast, air quality info, UV index, as well as sunrise and sunset times.

The app-like experience is packed into three self-describing tabs (between which you can swipe sideways) - Today, Tomorrow, and 10 days. The update also brings some recent functionality. Namely, when you search for a recent location after the weather card is already on the screen, you can save that city for later. If you do, it will show up inside the drop-down in search.

Finally, you should know that the background colors change according to the time of day and sky conditions, and Google calls the frog-like character that you can see in the app "a recent meteorologically inclined friend".

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