Google says it’ll make Android 12’s ‘ripple effect’ look much less glitchy

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Android 12’s Beta 1 affords tons of recent graphical enhancements and enhancements that Google calls ‘Material You.’

One of the updates features a new ripple impact that occurs as the results of tapping buttons. However, many suppose that this animation is a bug.

According to 9to5Google, a number of customers say that the animation appears like noise artifacts as an alternative of the meant ripple impact. Some customers even imagine that their shows have been experiencing points.

Google says the change is intentional and that it’s “part of the new visual language of Android 12” and Material You.

On June third, Google marked the problem as mounted and launched the next official response:

“Thanks a ton for the feedback — you’ll be seeing continued updates in Beta 2, 3, and onwards to make the ripple more subtle and less distracting/glitch-feeling.”

We’ll doubtless see an up to date model of the ripple impact in Beta 2.

Source: 9to5Google

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