The new design of Google Maps is starting to arrive on some Android phones

The new Google Maps interface rolls out on Android and features a new bottom bar featuring three tabs: Explore, You, and Contribute

Google Maps app on an Android smartphone

Of all the Android-related news that the Mountain View company presented at the recent Google I/O 2024 conference, one that no one noticed is… The new design of the Google Maps applicationwhich we already told you a few weeks ago looks very similar to Apple Maps.

In this sense, a recent leak has just revealed that the revamped version of Google Maps It has started reaching some Android mobile users.

Google Maps is updating its interface with a new bottom bar featuring three tabs

As confirmed by specialized media 9to5GoogleThe new design of Google Maps has begun to arrive on some Android smartphones, and the most notable thing about this new interface is A new bottom bar consisting of three tabs: Explore, You, and Contribute.

As you can see in the screenshots that we leave you below these lines, the new bottom bar of Google Maps for Android is more compact and simpler than the previous one, as It has three tabs instead of fivebut it retains all the functionality of the previous app because the tabs are no longer part of the bottom bar (Going, Saved, and News) are now integrated into the You tab..

Likewise, you can also see that The search bar at the top of the You tab disappears.that the shortcuts for notifications and commercial messages are located in the upper right corner of the aforementioned tab and that the “Go” section in the previous version of the application Now called “Saved Trips”.

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Of course, this new bottom bar has not been updated yet Material You’s new design and dynamic colorsAlthough we assume it will do so in the not too distant future.

This new Google Maps interface has already arrived For some Android smartphone users with app version 11.127.x This new variant is expected to be widely deployed in the coming weeks.

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