Google Changes Toolbar Design Back To Normal

TWO months ago, Google announced their plans to roll out a new design for the Google bar. The goal was to create a beautiful, simpler and intuitive experience across Google. Based on user feedback, they 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.

The new design retains many of the feature changes we made in November that proved popular, including a unified search box and Google+ sharing and notifications across Google. The biggest change is that the replaced the drop-down Google menu with a consistent and expanded set of links running across the top of the page.

 

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