There is little trace of the future in the latest Android version. Designed for what looks like Android 12 a program similar to the Google Pixel “Space” color theme system. The color would be selected from the set of colors provided by Google or otherwise the eye-dropper selected from any source the user desired. If the indicators point directly to Android 12, Google will make a mistake.
According to a report from 9to5Google, Google’s work on this theming system suggests that there will be color-changing capabilities in the list and the entire system. It can be seen that Google’s color correction program is similar to the Black Path used on Android 10.
Black mode, thankfully, only affects those apps that have chosen to enter the black mode option. In addition to this optional login program, developers (possibly) have their own applications under Dark Mode without the appropriate time to take the app’s color correction accordingly. The application may be in black mode and half the content may disappear, for example.
With this new color scheme, we have the power of the real Web 1.0 version of the West Coast. It will turn out that Google makes this color theme application similar to that of Black Mode, which means that apps will only be subject to color changes if their developer makes the stated changes.
For the average SlashGear reader, color selection will not be as big a problem as it would be for the average user. The average user may choose Sea Foam Green because of their favorite color in the world, only to find that the black (or white) text is not readable in the specified color.
Waves of technical support will be required. It can be a real mess. Your weekends would be full “I don’t know how my phone got all yellow, I need you to fix it!” Or Google can just make the whole system opt-in, and engineers will reduce the color pollution before it becomes a disaster. OR it would be great – we’ll just cross our fingers and hope for the best!