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Google is working on updating the interface of its various services using a design language called Material You. Wear OS has been the only company behind the trend, but it has been reported to be working on introducing Material You since last year, and the latest information is that the dynamic colors of Material You are ready for the rollout. It is happening.
This information comes from 9to5Google, which found notification text about dynamic color themes in the code of the latest Wear OS apps, suggesting that a rollout could be imminent.
The found notification text confirms that the watch face colors will now automatically match the system theme (Dynamic Colors) and that you will be able to change the watch face and set your own color theme. If you set up your own theme, you'll likely be using it with a third-party watch face that doesn't support dynamic colors.
The list of colors that can be adjusted has also been revealed.
These colors will be familiar to anyone who has used watch face customization on the Pixel Watch.
Additionally, it looks like Google may be changing the Wear OS app drawer to a new design, with the option to replace it with a grid display instead of the simple menu-style scrolling drawer of the past.
There's no specific information on what it will look like, but early versions might display a three-column grid and be called a “three-column grid launcher.”
It's not clear when the Wear OS-enabled textures will be available, but since it already has text for notifications, it'll likely come with the Pixel Features Drop in March 2024. There.
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