Yahoo and Bing.
The company on Thursday introduced the revised design matches the flatter Google logo that appeared earlier this month. Google says it will roll out across more products and services in the coming weeks.
“As part of this design, we’ve also refined the color palette and letter shapes of the Google logo,” the company said in an official blog post. “We’ll be rolling out this update across most Google products over the next few weeks, so keep an eye out and let us know your thoughts.”
Simultaneously, the company has revamped its traditional navigation bar in an attempt to bring users a more streamlined experience. Gone is the black bar many users see today; instead, Google’s products are now organized into an app launcher at the top of the screen, providing quick access to the company’s most frequently used services.
See the new navigation bar and Google logo in the following screenshot
It definitely looks better, but in many cases will require an additional click. In fact, for everything aside from Gmail and Images, you will have to click one more time just to switch to another Google service.
Google is the latest company to roll out a new logo, following in the footsteps of