The Google app is one of the most popular on iOS and iPadOS. The truth is that while the web browser is available through browsers like Safari, the official application of the brand allows a much better experience with a multitude of additional functionssuch as account authentication directly from the iPhone or iPad, or the ability to instantly check the latest news.
The application in question is gradually improving a lot and with the arrival of iOS 14, it has launched its own widgets for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch which allow faster access via search shortcuts. Currently, the widgets it integrates are very useful, but it seems that very soon they will be redesigned and will be much more customizable, integrating functions such as themes or backgrounds
Google app will soon include improvements to iOS widgets
As we mentioned, it seems that very soon the Google app for iPhone and iPad will be updated with big improvements in widgets. Apparently, as MacRumors reported, the code for the iOS app itself incorporates information about this new feature that will soon reach the official Google app.
It seems, There will be the possibility to customize the widgets much more, in this case using themes or backgrounds according to the user’s needs.: “Choose a theme to add color, Google Earth images and more to the Google widget.” In this way, combinations based on the wallpaper or the like can be created, achieving significant improvements in terms of personalization of the iOS and iPadOS home screen.
Google is working on more personalized iOS widgets for its search app. “Choose a theme to add color, Google Earth images and more to your Google widget” pic.twitter.com/HSZwaw61JD
-Steve Moser (@SteveMoser) June 28, 2021
The improvements in question are present in the code of the latest version of the application for iPhone and iPad, so We would expect us to see them officially without taking too long. In addition, iPadOS 15 will arrive very soon, which will incorporate, among other improvements, significant changes in widgets for the iPad, so this redesign would make enough sense given these developments.