Google has begun rolling out a new update that brings a huge change in the user interface of the Play Store. Years ago, the company has redesigned the web look of the application. Now, users will find a new display instead of the same traditional pattern on the web.
The change is quite concerning the plan of bringing optimization in the apps for huge screens. For now, the individual will find the Google Play logo and tabs for Apps, Books, Games, Kids, Movies & TV on the front page.
Further, the search button has shifted at the account and help corner on the right side. Besides, the top bar no longer showcases the links for Devices. Now, it has become a separate store. However, users would be able to find device filters in the App view.
For instance, Phones, Tablets, TV, Chromebook, Watches, and Cars. The Games section is similar, though there are no more watch and car filters. Instead, the application’s preview has gained a larger size than before. There is a larger section for app listings that reads the key details such as ratings, and downloads.
Further, there is a huge right sidebar that recommends more objects to install. However, the user interface update for Google Play Store lacks a dark theme. We expect the feature to appear soon by the next update.