Google’s new logo is up and people like it. The old colors are still there, but the fonts have changed from serif to sans serif. The company said that it would soon bid adieu to the little blue “g” icon and replace it with a four color “G” that matches the logo.
Just one month after announcing a holding company “Alphabet”, Google has updated its logo. The company said in the blog post, “Google has changed a lot over the past 17 years—from the range of our products to the evolution of their look and feel. And today we’re changing things up once again.”
Google has also made one more announcement saying that it is updating the appearance of its mobile search results page and Now cards. The official blog post says, “With mobile devices in mind, we’ve also made some changes to our search results page to help you more easily find what you need and dive into diverse content such as images, videos, news stories and more — by simply swiping and tapping.”
The search engine has updated the Google App home page. It offers enhanced user experience allowing users to explore diverse content such as images, news stories and videos by simply swiping and tapping the content.
With all the recent announcements, it is quite evident that Google has a clear strategy to make Google products available across several platforms, devices and apps. The company’s other ventures include robot cars, medical research and the Internet delivering balloons.