Paul Burke, the designer for Gmail for Android shares a stunning concept for the Gmail application and provides rendering of what it could look like when it gets updated to Key Lime Pie. According to Burke, he will put emphasis on navigation and will focus on the content and the people that you connect with, with using your account.
Some of the changes or improvements, according to Burke are sidebar improvement, icons placed on top of each email, larger headlines, quick attachments or calendar access. In addition, two-finger swipe up or down gestures will allow you to archive and save or delete messages.
From Burke's post:
The basic premise of this redesign is new navigation, and more focus on people and content. I've been working on this in tiny bursts for a while, and wanted to get more screens done, but at this rate, the actual app will come out first. I hope to, at least, get more done to show how the cards would work in the Conversation view.
These are only some of the changes made with Gmail and appearance-wise and based on the renderings, it is already a good concept and we can't wait until we get to see it personally on our device
Google has now taken to their official blog to offer up a few more details regarding all the new photo features unveiled today. In the info, Google also clarifies that while most of the features are widely supported by just about any Android device, Auto Awesome Movies will only work on "certain devices with Android 4.3+".
Just take videos and photos with your phone as usual, and Google+ will automatically make you a beautiful short movie, complete with effects, transitions and a soundtrack. You can share the video as is, or dive into the editing process to customize even further.
Check out all the features at the link below