Good riddance, Holo - the new design is not only more seamless and cohesive, it also comes with depth. Yes, that's right, certain aspects of the UI float above the rest, creating a pretty curious 3D effect. Hardly any aspect of the interface has been spared from the Material Design overhaul.
Matias Duarte said that this visual overhaul has been undertaken with the end user in mind. With that being said, we wanted to ask you, the regular Android users, if you like the design of the L release. So, check out the some of early images of Android L in the gallery below and be sure to vote below.
- Do you think that Android L is going in the right direction in terms of design?
- Yes, I like it. 74.39% (334 votes) (334 votes)
- I'm not sure yet. 16.04% (72 votes) (72 votes)
- No, I don't. 9.58% (43 votes) (43 votes)