Google Discover releases a three-column user interface before the Pixel Tablet

Google Discover

Since I/O 2022, Google has been working to make its first-party apps work better on large screens. The Pixel Tablet is expected to be the culmination of this effort. The most recent update is a three-column user interface for Google Discover on tablets. For the Pixel Tablet, Google is updating Assistant and Discover. The latter modification is currently being rolled out to existing tablets, including the Samsung Tab S8 with Google app (currently in beta).

Google Discover now has a third column of articles, making the feed go from edge to edge instead of just two columns. The Google logo and profile picture have been moved to the top corners, and the full-screen effect is especially noticeable to the left of your home screen, which has a black background.

In the meantime, the Google app’s navigation rail looks much better without the space. Users are still awaiting the change of that side element to the Material You style.

Google now organizes all articles in cards with barely discernible outlines, and cover images shrink as part of this three-column redesign. While the width varies from row to row, the height varies. Even though you stick with two columns in portrait orientation, this is still the case.

As part of a lean-back experience and a color background, Google is expected to add rows of media suggestions that are “From your apps,” such as Google TV.

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