Google has updated the design of the ‘Google Play’ store. The Android-bases online marketplace now has a much more organized design, making it easier to get quick info on an app without having to visiting the app’s specific page.
The new brighter, detail-friendly application store will be rolling out throughout the day. Application images, descriptions and info are larger and easier to navigate. The new store has already been released on a number of Android devices, with a full rollout expected to be completed in a few weeks. Google states on the official blog, “The redesigned Google Play store app starts rolling out today for Android phones and tablets running Android 2.2 (Froyo) and above. People around the world should see it over the next few weeks. Get ready for a simpler Google Play.”
Recommendations, categories and searching seems to be much easier. It’s still a little early to tell if the new design will be a hit with users, but does seem to feature a much clearer and well organized upgrade for consumers to browse with. You can check to see if you Google Play store has been update by visiting the store from your device.
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