Google’s secret project that is not so secret, named Fuchsia received numerous new changes. The first time it was revealed last year, but then a single line of code. At present, Fuchsia is getting the shape, giving us clues to what Google is launching for us in the future. Folks on Ars Technica dug within the source code that discovered interesting information about the Google’s Newest OS .
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It now has an interface termed Armadillo which looks like Android’s Google Currently with a new spin. The home screen is pretty large with a set of vertically scrolling cards for “stories” above besides a Google’s Newest OS now like suggestions page underneath. Tapping on the placeholder profile picture opens up fast settings along with volume, battery icon, wifi, network, etc.
The stories are about apps and OS components that work together to complete a precise task. Styled like app cards meaningful of the recent apps page in Android. These cards are simple placeholders right now. Speaking of Android, the stories could be prepared collected in a split screen mode close to Android Nougat. All you will do is to hold on a story and drag it on top of one more to enter split screen mode.
Capable of 3 apps can be settled horizontally or vertically. A tab bar can appear at the top of the screen, to show three full app interfaces. Scroll downwards of the home screen, furthermore, you will get to a Google Now-like interface. Consequently, There are placeholder windows named as “Suggestions” under the Google’s Newest OS Now search bar.
As stated in the readme in Fuchsia’s source code, theoretically a suggestion is a representation of an action. Furthermore, the user can take to enlarge a prevailing story or to start a fresh one.
It gives the impression to an app launcher or an app drawer similar the one found in Android. Google hasn’t declared why they are making this new OS. However, whatever it is, it doesn’t look as if to be a pastime or a test. Fuchsia developer Travis Geiselbrecht announced that the Google’s Newest OS.
“It isn’t a toy thing; it’s not a 20% of the project. It’s not a throwing away ground of a dead thing which we don’t care about any longer. It could be a development to replace Android in the future, but then we can’t say for sure, just time will tell.