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Android 14 Could Bring You More Bold Material You Color Options

Google rolled out the first beta of Android 14 in early April, which included a lot of new and unique features, one of which is Material You with new color palettes. According to the latest report, Google is adding some new tools to the theming element with some extra vibrant color options.

As per the information, Android 14 Material You is ready to introduce a bolder, even more, colorful version of Material You, allowing you to leave the pastel shades behind once and for all. Through the new Android versions, the US tech giant aims to make the Material You theme a little more accessible.

Google first introduced the Material You theme feature with Android 12, and now it takes on a more colorful look with redesigned materials for you to choose from. Still, the company is working regularly to increase it further.

Right from the start, this integration will enable phone holders to use a base color from their selected wallpaper and apply it as a theme. Finally, it will also allow simple baseline light and dark shade themes with lighter color tones.

The Material Design team has created a new theme style that allows for bolder “Material You” colors for Android 14. The company says the new feature is called “Fidelity” and is designed to ensure that your preferred base color is used straight into the final theme.

The new, bolder Material You colors aren’t directly available in Android 14, and work is underway to support them. Still, the 9to5Google team found that the style is already available in part of Google’s open-source code. You can see the pictures.

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Jurin Charnvirakul

Jurin Charnvirakul has been a part-time editor at RM Update since 2020, and full-time since 2021. Now, focus your articles on buying guides, tutorials, offer recommendations and product analysis. Graduated in Journalism Communication.

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