Google has announced that it is changing its logo design, and it’s bringing in a new logo.
The Google logo has undergone several redesigns in the past, but this is the first one that it will be making public.
The new logo, which will be unveiled at Google’s developer conference this week, will show a silhouette of a person standing on the crest of a mountain.
In a statement, the company said that the new design will be a symbol of unity in the future, and a sign of hope for the future.
“As we’ve seen the growth in the number of people using Android and Chrome on a daily basis, it is becoming clear that many people around the world are inspired by the simplicity of Android and the power of Chrome, which is why we’re taking this moment to re-imagine our logo,” Google’s chief design officer, Andrew Ho, wrote in a blog post.
“We’re also excited to announce that this re-design will be available for download and use, making it easy for new and existing users to find and share the new logo with their friends, colleagues, and fans.
The new logo will be made available to developers at Google I/O next week.”
The company has previously made the logo available as a free download, but it has never made it available to users as a standalone app.
This will be the first time it will make that available for free.
Google’s redesign has been in the works for some time.
The company was previously criticized for the logo’s appearance in the first few versions of Android.
A Google spokesperson said that it was a design decision to “make sure the logo is readable in an open and transparent design,” and it “is not meant to be a generic, ‘generic logo.'”