Google redesigns Play Store

Written by Russell Co. Posted in News, Software and Apps

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Published on April 10, 2013 with No Comments


After a series of leaks, Google has officially announced the redesign of the Play Store. The Google’s app marketplace has done away with its dark theme in favor of a more colorful look. With a look quite similar to Google Now, using card based information, the redesign displays a continuous stream of recommendations with larger images and clearer icons while you scroll. Purchasing content on the store has been made easier, in-app Buy window simply floats on top of your app without leaving the app itself.

The redesigned Play Store rolls out today for Android phones and tablets running Android 2.2 Froyo and above, though it be a few weeks before everyone sees it. Now if you’re impatient and want the new simpler, cleaner, and faster version of the Play Store, you can get it from the folks at Android Police.