Last year in November, Google had redesigned the black bar on top of its homepage and changed it with a grey-colored one that currently rests securely under the Google logo. The bar runs across the top of the page of nearly all Google services and offers easy access to Google s products. However, the designing team at Google has once again realized that even this new drop down menu needs changes. Consequently, this grey-colored Google bar will now be replaced with a “consistent and expanded set of links running across the top of the page.” Also Read - Google cuts Play Store fee to 15 percent for all subscription apps from 2022Also Read - Facebook’s new name could be Meta or Horizon, or will it be called FB?
We remember users crying foul about this grey menu which couldn’t manage to avoid confusion and looked messed-up for no reason even though Google had tried to give it a much “cleaner” look. Here’s what Google has to say about this issue: “Based on your feedback, we realized there were some elements of the new bar that we could improve, and with that in mind, we re introducing an updated version that we believe will provide a better experience.” Also Read - Why Google should consider bringing Pixel 6 series to India, but it is not
They should able to release the new version of the bar in the coming weeks. But in the meanwhile, feel free to give your comments or judgements or suggestions to the designing team here.