We’re always excited when there’s an update to Chrome OS, and they keep getting better and better. A recent commit to Chromium reveals that Google is working on updating Chrome OS settings, and it’s going to be fun. First of all, the commit reveals that Google is working to turn settings into a packaged app rather than a simple browser tab or window. Second, they are bringing Material Design.
With Android L right around the corner, so is Material Design. If you don’t know what that is, it’s Google new cross-platform design language and probably one of the most beautiful things to come out of the company in a long time. It seems now that Google is getting ready to implement this not only into Android, but also into Chrome OS. The settings app could be the first place we see it at.
|Ben Schoon||Ben is the Editor-In-Chief of iTechTriad and writes the majority of content found on it. He loves all things technology, but with a sweet spot for Android devices. Catch him hanging out mainly on Google+ or in front of any nearby screen playing Doctor Who.