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Android 12 could make your phone’s UI and apps more colorful

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Android 12 can make your phone’s UI and apps stand out more
Bright colors for Android 11 on Pixel 3

 

 

Android 12 can get a new, more comprehensive theme.
It is reported that it will allow users to choose the primary color and highlight color.
It can also help to update apps.
The first look of the Android 12 developer seems to be right on the horizon. We’ve seen a lot of rumors about new software recently, and more than 9to5Google people are looking at a lot of them. New data obtained from this publication indicates that Android 12 can get a wider, newer theme.

Currently, switching between light and dark themes is the only realistic thing you can do to change the look of the UI and apps on your Android phone. Pixel phones are advanced and offer settings to customize accent colors, but even those limited to places like Quick Settings.

With Android 12, Google is reportedly focusing on a more in-depth system. It will allow you to choose the primary color and highlighting color that will not only remember the UI more but also third-party applications that support functionality.

The primary color should appear after the quick settings draw and notification shade. 9to5Google has created a difficult combination of what this might look like.

 

android 12 mockup green mockup

The best part is that even the apps on your phone can get the primary and highlight colors you have chosen. That is when engineers incorporate the new Android 12 app into their apps. By comparison, apps on Android 11 can only change from dark to light according to your phone settings.

In addition, Android 12 should also be able to change themes depending on your background image. So when you change your wallpaper, the system can automatically select theme colors to recall UI and apps.

All of that sounds great, but Android 12 isn’t there yet and not all the original features make it the final version. So we will have to wait and see if Google is serious about this theming program and what the app developers are doing with it.

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