According to our colleagues at Android Police, Google is coming soon. redesign of the interface The web version of the Play Store. The media claims, with supporting evidence, that some Internet users are already able to access this new interface on their computers. Apparently, the new design is already being offered in some Asian countries like South Korea or Taiwan.
As the screenshots shared by the media show, Google Simplify and clean the Play Store’s design on the internet. The firm is leaving the gray column on the left, which provides access to the store’s different categories: games, apps, movies and books. Now the Play Store sections are accessible from the top of the screen. The display of categories is more discreet than before. The only element that does not change: the Play Store’s logo, which is always placed in the left corner.
Here is the new design of Play Store on PC
to access app library and your devices, subscriptions, payment methods, order history, your activity, rewards or settings, we should now turn to the right corner. Clicking on your profile picture will open a drop-down menu. Within each category, the Play Store allows filtering of content by media (phone, TV, tablet, etc.). This makes it easy for you to find an application for a smartphone or TV box under Android TV.
On pages dedicated to apps, Google offers: a screen very similar to that of the Play Store on a smartphone. The app’s name and logo occupy a prominent place on the screen, while developer-related information is poured into a sidebar just below the logo.
This is probably an update from Google servers. If this is not just a simple test, the Mountain View giant is expected to roll out the new interface all over the world. next week. If you already have access to this revamped design, please let us know in the comments below.
Source: Android Police