Over the years, Google has created a massive network of operating systems that caters to smartphones, laptops, tablets, and smart accessories and appliances. The company even builds cars that don’t need drivers. Even searching is way more complex but way more intelligent than when it was first introduced. What remained the same is that Old Serif logo in blue, red, yellow, and green, sitting atop the search bar. But Google is changing things up once again. First its name, now the logo. And if you’re a big a Google fan (and a loyal user), you’d probably notice it immediately. Or barely at all. The iconic four-color “Google” over a white background remains unchanged, but the font is significantly different. Gone are the serifs that have been part of the letters for years, replaced by a flatter, slightly more modern design. The company also forgoes the little blue ‘g’ icon, replacing it with a four-color ‘G’ that matches the logo. New elements are also added to help you identify and interact with Google whether you’re talking, tapping, or typing. This new logo reflects the omnipotence of Google across different platforms, apps, and devices and shows the Google magic working for you, even on the tiniest screens. Love it? Hate it? One thing’s for sure, we’ll be seeing the company’s new logo creep into our screens. And at some point in time or another, we’ll get used to it.