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[APP CONCEPT] Quantum Paper (New upcoming UI) design app concepts (added Twitter)

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Quantum Paper App Concepts



For those who don't know Quantum Paper is the rumoured new user interface which most likely will be seen in the upcoming version Android and on other platforms, for more information head over to Android Police. Additionally the newest leak of the Android 'L' release has shown that status bar will not have the gradient shade behind it, therefore all the concepts have been updated to match it.

Using the known information I decided to put together a few concepts for Apps based on the Quantum Paper design.



Twitter

LEFT: Twitter original RIGHT: Quantum Paper Twitter


QuickPic

LEFT: QuickPic original RIGHT: Quantum Paper QuickPic


Google Play Store

LEFT: Play Store original RIGHT: Quantum Paper Play Store


Google Play Music

LEFT: Play Music original RIGHT: Quantum Paper Play Music


Keep in mind the Quantum Paper versions of these apps don't exist (at least yet), this is just a concept. However there is a guide thread on how to make your app have the Quantum Paper like UI.
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19th June 2014, 10:45 AM |#2  
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If you'd like to see other Quantum Paper UI app concepts feel free to ask, there is a chance I could make it
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Sounds like an interesting concept, I really have to admit I occassionally give a good look to other OSes' user interfaces too, sometimes even like them more. This seems to be an effort to help adjust that.

I personally don't mind seeing things improve, the UI is the part you see the most in Android so I could go with some cleaning-up anytime. I think we all remember how big of a change 4.4 was when it came out.
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Added QuickPic, opinions always welcome!
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Added Quantum Paper Twitter app and redesigned thread
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Added Quantum Paper Twitter app and redesigned thread

Are you in mind to make a flashable zip or theme?
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Are you in mind to make a flashable zip or theme?

I would love for that to happen however it isn't possible at this moment in time, this is just a graphical concept, a theme similar to it could be made, but I don't have the skills for doing so
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