The Google Meet app icon has been stuck on Google+ for months, but the company is still making progress on getting it fixed.
Now, Google is asking developers to create a new icon and add it to the app’s home page.
Google’s move follows months of user complaints about the Google+ app’s “stuck” icon.
Google says that its redesign will improve the user experience.
“If you’re a Google+ user, we’re working hard to fix the icon.
We want to make sure that you can easily see the Google meet icon on your profile page,” Google’s Brian Acton said in a blog post.
“We’ll be releasing a new version of the Google Meet logo to the Google Play Store in the coming weeks.”
Google’s change comes in the wake of a number of recent complaints about Google’s logo, particularly when it comes to its web app icons.
The Google+ icon is frequently stuck on pages that have no icon.
The company recently announced that it was revamping its web page icons in order to make them more intuitive and easily searchable.
Google also released a new Google+ logo to make it easier for people to find the web app.