Google Material Design can be found on a wide range of Google products and services, from Google Android to Google Calendar.
Now, Google is starting to introduce the material design language in their Google Chrome webbrowser as well. It’s a big step forward when it comes to design for this web browser. Since its introduction, Chrome has mostly looked the same. Now, Google is overhauling their browser’s user interface.
Copy the following into your address bar in Chrome:
Then, you should enable the flag “Material design in the browser’s top Chrome” – “Sets the material design elements in the browser’s top chrome.”
Keep in mind, this is an experimental feature. But, once enabled and after relaunching your browser, you should see material design goodness.
Remember that this is experimental:
Careful, these experiments may bite
WARNING These experimental features may change, break or disappear at any time. We make absolutely no guarantees about what may happen if you turn one of these experiments on, and your browser may even spontaneously combust. Jokes aside, your browser may delete all your data or your security and privacy could be compromised in unexpected ways. Any experiments that you enable will be enabled for all users of this browser. Please proceed with caution. Interested in cool new Chrome features? Try our beta channel at chrome.com/beta.