Google has completely redesigned the Play Store from ground up and has made it more easier to search for Apps and navigate the Store. The overall design is much cleaner now compared to the previous version. The new design was previously available only to select users and now with the official release, it will serve two billion people using the Play Store worldwide. Read More
We have all heard stories about how Apple makes sure that every single detail is perfect. Not many would have even paid attention, but if you closer, you will be surprised. From the control center, when you switch on the flashlight, the tiny switch on the flashlight also goes up and when you switch off the flashlight, the switch goes down. Steve Jobs clearly built a culture at Apple that still focuses on every single detail. It’s amazing when you think of it! Apple truly stands at the intersection of liberal arts and technology.
With iOS 7, Apple adapted flat and minimalistic look for its icons, and is now taking that theme to its Apps on the App Store, as they leaked the new icons for iWork Apps, iMovie, iPhoto and Garageband. Read More
Apple’s official WWDC App is now live on the App Store. Using it, developers can check out the entire event schedule and all the details of it. But more importantly, the App features an all new flat design which is something that Jony Ive plans to layout all through iOS 7. The design is crisp and neat. Read More
Jony Ive has been named as one of Time’s 100 most influential people in the world. Jony Ive, the design guru at Apple who designed the iPhone, iPad, Mac and almost everything else that comes from Apple is now regarded as one of the top 100 influential people in the world. Jony has already been influential in the tech industry, but now his design sense has helped him achieve a whole new level. Read More
Although Google has been accused of copying the design and style of Apple products a lot of times (consider Android), today The Loop posted some stunning pictures that clearly indicate the way in which Google is ripping off the iTunes music design and using it in their Google search results. Read More