New Google Android Taste Test can help you find the "home screen of your dreams"

New Google Android Taste Test can help you find the
As of today, Google's official Android website includes a fun "Taste Test" that takes a few minutes to complete. If you're in search of a new look for your phone's home screen, we'd say it's worth checking this out. In fact, according to Google, you may find the "home screen of your dreams" by taking this test.

The test itself is based on images - you're presented with various looks and options that you must choose by clicking (or tapping, if you're on your phone). Do you like your colors warm, or cold? Geometric, or organic textures? Patterns, or randomness? You'll get to choose on any of these variants, and more. Once the test is done, you'll get personalized recommendations including Android launchers, wallpapers, icon packs, and even keyboards - all with download links from Google Play.

Google always took pride in the fact that Android is a customization heaven, so we're not surprised to see the company releasing this Tate Test. Go ahead and try it at the source link below, will you?

source: Android via Twitter



1. liteon163

Posts: 68; Member since: Jan 24, 2017

This test was spot on for me. It suggested the launcher I already use (Smart Launcher 3) and an icon pack I downloaded.

2. diggie32

Posts: 388; Member since: Apr 03, 2016

Didn't work for me. Not close

3. Krjal

Posts: 438; Member since: Dec 19, 2013

As I posted on another tech blog: Sounds like a good start but I think if Google wants to reach the truly uninitiated, out-of-the-loop users they'll need some software partners for deeper integration. Something that lets their questions lead directly to the actual outcome. Altering widgets and layouts that already exist is a lot less daunting for newcomers to the ocean of possibilities on android.

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