Rumor: Google builds new, consistent interface for Android, iOS and Web




Google builds according to a rumor called Quantum Paper on a new, consistent interface for Android, web and iOS. In addition, Google wants a framework put online, so developers can build apps with the same interface elements.

Quantum Paper includes not only static interface elements such as icons and a bar with a solid color at the top, it is also about interaction design, the way users interact with an app or website. Google wants to make universal for all its services and apps on Android, iOS and the Web, claiming Android Police.

The project should result in all apps and Google services work in a consistent manner, allowing users find them more easily. Google tried that before with Holo and a set of guidelines for developers since Android 4.0, but according to Android Police Quantum Paper goes a step further.

There are already signs of Quantum Paper found in several new apps from Google, as a leaked Google+ app. The Android fansite claims that Google is slowly though apps will update to bring Quantum Paper, in preparation for the next major release of Android. Them in line

Although Android Police do not seem to think that Google will announce on Quantum Paper developer conference Google I / O in two weeks, which seems likely present. Google I / O state according to previous statements by the Internet company largely devoted to design and interface.


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