The Play Store has gained some interesting design improvements since the release of Android 7.0 Nougat. The store has gained a scalable look to be best displayed on larger screen smartphones and tablets, and has some features that allow users to better manage applications installed on the device. Now, Google is implementing a very interesting change in layout. Check it out below.
The Play Store will gain card-based navigation for featured apps, both in the most searched section and in the new app and game sections (free and paid). Google's goal is to make navigation simpler, so that the user does not have to open applications or browse the list, as soon everything will be displayed in the form of cards.
This style is a well-known pattern in Google Now, where the user can navigate through cards by moving left or right, for example, without having to click and expand the content of each displayed information. The idea is that the details of apps and games are displayed on the card and the installation is done more intuitively. When on a tablet, the user can get a better preview of the row of cards, with more previews on the sides.
Not yet informed by Google when this update arrives for all users, but expected to be released within the next few days, according to site information Pocket now. Some users are already able to access the new look for applications, but the large-scale release of it will happen gradually.
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