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Paranoid Android updates Halo design to suit Android 4.4 KitKat needs
After releasing its first KitKat-based AOSPA4+ ROM on Christmas Eve, Paranoid Android is back with more Android 4.4-related stuff, as the team has updated its Halo design for Google’s latest mobile operating system.
The Paranoid Android team hinted on Google+ that a new experience will be followed by the new Android design – see image above – although it didn’t say what’s to be expected in its future ROM versions.
The new design makes Paranoid Android’s Halo “as beautiful as ever,” as the team felt it had to try something new, that’s “clean and minimalistic:”
Halo now matches the design line of Android 4.4 KitKat. The transparency, the design adapts itself to your applications, your desktop, your photos. It is just the way it’s supposed to be.
The team is teasing more updates for the future, without really saying anything yet at this time, so fans will have to wait a while longer to see more KitKat-related Paranoid Android news. Meanwhile, how do you like the new design?