Mashable article Google has released the official Material Design 2.0 color scheme to developers, and it’s very useful for iOS developers.
Google says that the Material Design theme will be available for all apps that ship on the Google Play Store, and you’ll be able to customize it in the Material Theme settings.
Material Theme is designed to look and feel like a standard iOS app, but you’ll have the ability to add a few different color schemes.
Google describes the Material theme as a “clean, modern, and elegant color scheme that combines colors from different categories and themes.”
Material Theme has a few other notable features: The Material theme comes with three color schemes, one of which is called “Color of Tomorrow.”
The theme is also available for both desktop and mobile versions of iOS 11.
Material has a color picker to choose between four different colors for your app.
The theme also has a “Color Space” mode that lets you set a color on the screen in different ways.
For example, you can use it to make a background gradient on a piece of content, or apply color to the text of an app.
Material’s theme also comes with a number of themes for different app types.
For instance, you could use Material for a home screen and the apps on the Home screen.
You can also use the Material for the app icons on the Lock screen and Notification Center.
Google has said that Material will be the default theme on iOS devices running iOS 11 and up until June 26.
We’ve already seen a preview of the Material Color theme in action on the App Store, so it seems like Google is going to be making a major push to get users on board with its Material theme.
Android apps that are designed to use Material Design can use the same color scheme.
However, apps that have been designed to make use of Material Design are more likely to work well on Android devices.
Google doesn’t say whether or not users can use Material on other platforms like the web or in iOS.
However it says that it will be adding Material Color on Android soon.