Android 15 Might Bring At a Glance to the Bottom of the Lock Screen

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According to Android Authority, Google is testing moving the At a Glance widget to the bottom of the Android 15 lock screen. Enabled today, it appears below the fingerprint sensor indicator at the bottom of the screen.

This widget could serve unintentionally as a natural divider between the left/right glance and the upper/lower notification list directly above it.

The permanent position at the bottom could address how the user interface changes depending on whether you have the dynamic clock (the big one) enabled and whether there are any notifications.

There are also clear accessibility benefits that can be compared to iOS’s direct activities.

However, there is a kind of stark disconnect if they’re in different modes (home vs. lock screen), as shown in the video below.

At the same time, there’s another consideration: the At a Glance widget available on all Android devices is now completely different from the Pixel version.

They may have been developed independently from each other, but, oddly, they don’t share the same design.

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