Material Design is an open-source design system built
and supported by Google designers and developers.
The latest version, Material 3, enables personal,
adaptive, and expressive experiences—from dynamic color
and enhanced accessibility, to foundations for
large screen layouts, and design tokens.
Flutter is in the process of migrating to Material 3.
A few facts about Material 3 (M3),
the next generation of Material Design:
Most Flutter widgets are already migrated to M3,
but you can follow progress on the
Material 3 Flutter GitHub project and the
GitHub umbrella issue. You can opt in to
Material 3 using the
However, your UI might be inconsistent until
all of Flutter and your code are migrated. For the latest list of Flutter’s widgets that
are affected by the
Affected widgets. The vast majority of Flutter widgets have similar
behavior in M2 and M3, so those widget names are unchanged.
However, a couple widgets have substantially different
behavior in M3, so new widgets have been created.
Once migration is complete, Material 3 will
become the Material library’s default look and feel.
Support for Material 2 will eventually be removed according
Explore the updated components, typography, color system,
and elevation support with the
interactive Material 3 demo: More information
To learn more about Material Design and Flutter,