Some of you might say that Material Design has been explicitly built for Android and plethora of other Google products. And this statement is true in some sense. The main purpose of Material Design is to create unified look and feel to all Google platforms and to unify each product design into one cohesive vision. However, Material design is simply design guidelines and constrains, but that doesn’t mean you can’t apply them to any other platform you wish.
In fact, some businesses might do exactly the same as Google did, and contain visual unification of the ecosystem of their products. Unified look and feel of the online product or brand across all mobile and web platforms, certainly improves the user experience. It may not always be easy as you may be stuck with the different platform’s paradigms and diverse fundamental structure. Companies such as Apple or Google put out designs limitations for a reason – to keep product consistency.
This list of iOS components aims to help you add Material Design modules to OS X and iOS applications. If you are coding and designing app for iOS or OS X, these elements and examples will keep you on track and save lots of your valuable time.
1.Material design components for iOS written in Swift
2. iOS Material Design Library
3.Material Design Icons Font for iOS
4. Material Design colors for OS X and iOS
All colors defined in Google’s Material Design spec, available for OSX and iOS development.
5. Material Design iOS checkboxes
iOS checkboxes inspired by Google’s Material Design.
6. Material Design iOS Buttons
7. iOS UI TabBar with Material Design
8. iOS card view
A simple UI card view subclass with rounded corners and a drop shadows inspired by Material Design.
9. Material Design iOS activity spinner
10. Chrome Mobile Angular Application with Material Design
A generic app framework that can run as a standalone webpage, a chrome extension, an android app, or an ios app.