One of the fun things about having an Android smartphone is the ability to style it up. From wallpapers to themes to icon packs — you name it and developers have found a way that lets you tweak your phone to your taste.
Now, Google has jumped into the customisation game itself. One can use Google's own website that suggests wallpapers, icon packs, themes, widgets, keyboard and a launcher for users. The taste test website first tries to gauge your preferences via a quick test that allows you to choose from two options, such as monochromatic or multicolour, vibrant or muted, light or dark.
After that, based on your preferences, a list of downloadable options are made available on the website. The user is free to share their customisation results with others as well. While many users are comfortable tweaking their phones, others may not go beyond changing the wallpaper on their screens. This website is Google's way of promoting designer apps and the modification of the Android home screen.