Google is currently in experimental mode and that can be guessed via how the company is currently working on improving its several different services. Now it seems like new improvements are being made to the Android Calendar service, as suggested by a new leak that's out in the open.
According to reports, a new leak has surfaced on the web showing off a new and improved look for the Google-based Android Calendar app. Apparently, the new look for the Calendar app comes with a revamped UI.
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Revealed and brought to light first via Geek.com, the newly revamped Calendar app UI is an attempt to spruce up the Android Calendar app. And the first thing that you will actually notice about the newly re-done app is the big changes made to the UI.
"The biggest thing you'll notice from this new version of Google Calendar is the total visual overhaul," the Geek report states. It also states that the new design for the app is quite minimal, "replacing grids and hard lines with blocks of flat color everywhere in order to offer a cleaner, softer UI with very simple mechanics."
It also adds that using the app is just as pleasing as looking at it, "with visual flourishes that couldn't be captured in screenshots."
Speaking in terms of functionality, the app comes with a new daily agenda feature, where instead of having a list of individual appointments sent to the user's inbox, he or she can get a presentation of the day's events. Apparently, the app also notes down birthdays straight from Google+ and adds them to the list.
As of now, going by the expansive leak for the same, while the experimental build is more or less functional and may be ready for release, but there's no official date or time as to when that might happen.
Maybe we will get to see more about the changes at the upcoming Google I/O conference.