Earlier this month, Google introduced the rebranding of G Suite to Workspace and gave us a sneak peek at new — and indistinguishable — icon designs for a few of its apps. The primary app to get the brand new icon was Google Drive a couple of days in the past, and now Gmail is following swimsuit. Say goodbye to the pink and white envelope, and good day to a multicolored M that partly retains the letter form.

The brand new icon is included with v2020.10.04 of Gmail, which is slowly rolling out on the Play Retailer. If you wish to pace up the method, you possibly can manually seize the APK from our sister website, APK Mirror. Two variations can be found, however you must seize the common one which’ll work on just about each Android 6.zero system and above, no matter processor and display screen decision. It is going to simply set up over your current Gmail app, no workarounds wanted.

(Nevertheless, should you’re feeling notably adventurous and have a suitable arm64 v8a or v7a system with a 320-640dpi, you possibly can obtain the app bundle and use the APK Mirror app to put in it. Nobody however you’ll realize it, however you will have earned some particular geek cred.)

As soon as put in, the brand new icon ought to take over the present one in your app launcher and varied menus, but additionally within the notification bar. You’ll be able to see the brand new M notification icon within the screenshots above. It will take some getting used to, however a minimum of it is nonetheless pink.

And with that, yet another Google app could have completed its transition into an indiscernible mixture of blue, pink, inexperienced, and yellow traces. In case you have a folder devoted to Google apps like I do, I want you all of the luck on the planet find the one you are searching for as rapidly as doable.

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