Google has prepared something new for Android users: a revamped store. While most users still use version 3.10.14, the new Google Play Store user interface has leaked on the network. Check out what we can expect from Play Store 4.0.
The folks at Droid-Life put their hands on a demo of Android market version 4.0 and showed you some of the new features like the store's settings and menus page. In the images above, you can see that the icons are bigger and the application uses new fonts. In addition, everything looks more colorful, with specific colors for each section of the store, the feeling that I got simpler and more objective. There is no profound change in navigation, but the look is really different.
In the video below, you can check out some of the news illustrated by the Droid-Life developer, where we can check out some of the changes. The video is in English, but you can enable the YouTube subtitle system:
Link to video on YouTube.
Most of the new pages are not ready yet, as what we see here is not an official version of the update released by Google. But rumors are that we can expect a change in the Play Store for the next few weeks.
Honestly, at first glance, I still prefer the current version of the Play Store, with the dark background, with colors only in detail like typography. But I haven't had a real experience yet, so my opinion is based on what I see in the video above. However, it is not difficult to note that Google seems to move towards a design very similar to what we see in Google Now, especially if we put side by side this version 4.0 presented by Droid-Life the current voice assistant of the search giant.
Based on what was featured on this video, do you think the Play Store has become cleaner and more intuitive? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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