Google Doodles will be available in various locations from Google.com to the New Tab Chrome page. On Android, it appears in Google, and now in Google Find out what's on the left of the Physician Pixel.
When Google Now was swimming right from the first ever home screens, the Google Doodles and other amazing coverage that was unique to the townships and changed the time of the day at the top of the estuary.
The Google Feed equalities included a number of design layers, including one that included a carousel of short cuts. Over time that element was removed; leave just the “logo”, a search, “to come”, and a cross-border menu. Lastly, the ability to search was removed, and the full “Google” logo was displayed above.
That is the current design for a Pixel Planner and other starts that include a return of research at the bottom of the household screen. At the same time, another design has been launched for a third party to research.
The problem with this distribution is the lack of Google Doodles. It appears that a recent update (at least 9.27 and above) has changed for that Google app. On the pixel editor, Google's default logo will go out to top, with the Doodle below it.
At the same time, on other devices, the Doodle is displayed as the first subject, with the search bar, updates, and settings directly below it. We first noticed this change to the St Patrick's Day Doodle today – which contains some animation. This was not the case as with the 30th anniversary of the magazine on Tuesday, though there was a brisk move.
Have a look at 9to5Google on YouTube for more news: