Google Gets Rid Of App Launcher In Chrome 52, Browser’s Mac Client Gets Material Design

Google has finally removed App Launcher that it bundles with the Chrome browser for Windows and Mac with the release of Chrome v52. The Mac client, in addition, now embraces Google’s Material Design approach, and comes with new icons and flatter and transparent interface. 9to5Mac documents more changes on Chrome for Mac and Windows: Besides a new flatter, sharper, and transparent design, Material is also a “huge engineering feat,” especially for Chrome OS and Windows. Chrome is “now rendered fully programmatically including iconography, effectively removing the ~1200 png assets we were maintaining before,” Google noted. “It also allows us to deliver a better rendering for a wide range of PPI configuration.”


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