Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Google Updates the Play Store App

Google has begun rolling out a main revise to its Play Store app on Android devices. The update brings a new design that edge on "bigger images that jump off the page".

Users can swipe left and right between menus and class and the app now uses colored app icons that are much superior to the previous version. The new design has a considerably lighter and colourful theme than the previous edition. It makes use of a card style interface, analogous to the one the company customer on its Google Now software supporter.

The new app also frequently recommends content to users. Google Play's group artifact manager, Michael Siliski, said the new intend makes it easier for users to find satisfied.

"Similarly themed satisfied is grouped together so you can hone in on a publication to read or an app to try. As you move down the page, new suggestions continue to emerge so there is always more to see and discover”.

"We’ve also simplified purchasing so you can draft during checkout and get to enjoy your movie leasing or other satisfied." Google says the redesigned Google Play store app is in the procedure of being efficient for both Android phones and tablets operation Android 2.2 (Froyo).

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