Android 7, a major update to Android that comes with a slew of new features, will come with an icon pack to help users distinguish between the different apps on their phones.
The new icon packs are designed to help differentiate between the new Google apps and existing apps, such as the Gmail app, which will have a new icon to help it stand out from the pack.
New Google apps like Gmail and Google Maps are currently the only Google apps that are available to Android users.
They’re available in the Google Play Store, but you’ll need to pay for them in order to download them.
Google Now, meanwhile, is the same service Google offers on Android phones, with the new icons designed to make the app stand out on the screen.
The apps in the new app icons will not appear on the lock screen, as many other Google apps do.
As we previously reported, Google announced a slew the new apps for Android 7 in its recent blog post, with a new Gmail app getting the new icon.
It looks like Google has updated the existing Gmail app too, with its new Gmail icon now showing up next to the Gmail logo in the notification bar.
There are no new Google Apps on Android 7 yet, but Google says that the new Android app icons are coming in the near future.