The little Google store is gaining a new theme, with a more minimalist background and more details about apps and device information. The details are below.
Gradually, Google is getting rid of the predominantly greenish look of the Play Store. The Android store is gaining a more minimalist look and with whiter backgrounds and backgrounds that reflect the new Material Design guidelines. It looks a lot like what we found in Android Pie and the early beta of Android Q.
Two major changes stand out. One is the new search bar that will be improved and become smarter, showing more accurate and user-relevant results. The Google Play Store will become more integrated, meaning the app section will be more unified with movies, games and books, for example. There will also be a new navigation bar on the footer for easy access to other store departments.
Google is expected to make YouTube Music more prominent within the store, as Google Play Music is due to be discontinued later this year for the newest platform to be the only music streaming platform for the company. Another news that has recently emerged refers to a supposed Google cloth to release updates for Android within Google Play, as a kind of turbocharged Play Services. Details about this rumor are in this article:
The new look is slowly being released for a small number of users, however, we need to keep the Google app updated to receive it.
And, did you like the new look of the Play Store?
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