Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL) on Tuesday changed its iconic logo to the logo that will reflect reality and shows you the Google magic working for you, even on smallest screens.

Google has changed its Mountain View-based logo many times before, but this new update is considered as the most significant change of Google. The new logo of Google has sans serif thicker font with a little touch of tweaked colors and uniform letters.

“It takes hints from same printing style used in the schoolbook, but embrace the neutral uniformity. We have all come to accept from geometric sans serif,” Google posted on its official blog.

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Google has launched its new and flattering logo in its own Google Doodle on Tuesday.

Besides new logo, company also introduced a new four-color “G” logo, which is going to replace its blue and white lowercase “g” icon, usually appearing on app icons and other products of Google.

Google logo changes when user will initiate voice command into a multi-colored line. And multi-colored dots signifies that the app is searching after an initiation of “Ok, Google” voice command.

Google Inc. has also changed logos of other services like Google Plus to flat reformat with a new typeface. The company also clarifies with the changes made, that its new logo is not going to be a single static image. Google will be using new animations in its products like Chrome and search engine.

On its official blog post, Google said, “This isn’t a first time we have changed our look, and it probably won’t be the last, but we think today’s update is a great reflection of all the ways Google work for you. We think we have taken the best of Google and recast it not just for the Google of today, but for the Google of future.”

The new logo of Google is already rolling out to search result and will be coming for other products soon.