Finally, the new web version of the Google Play Store looks like a mobile application
After years with an outdated interface, the new web version is rolling out from the Google Play Store. A good welcome facelift makes using the site more pleasant.
Exit desk Google Play Store updates at the end After being tested last November with some users. finally a unified version with the Google Play Store mobile application, revisited in the colors of the material you have.
Consistency between different Play Store platforms
For Google, this is an opportunity to unify the interfaces between the different platforms on which the Play Store is available: mobile application, Google TV, web, etc. What we find more easily between the different versions.
This can be seen in the pages of the application: it now looks more like what you find in a mobile application. The background is white, the shape of the buttons is round, and the color is slightly changed. Obviously, dark mode is not available in the new web version of the Play Store. However, there are still opinions that have not changed, such as the library and the wishlist in the ” books An aesthetic overhaul that has been done (almost) everywhere, especially in the App Library.
The redesign is also present on mobile devices: there is a bar at the bottom of the screen with different sections of the Play Store: games, applications, cinema, books and children.
Filter by device to find apps
Now, when you search for an application, there is an additional filter: ” Device Allows you to filter apps displayed in search results based on the device you want to install them on. These devices shown are those to which your Google account is connected.
You can also filter the search results based on what you want: apps and games “,” Movies and TV “Where” books “.
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