The Google Play Store has been a pivotal part of any functional Android device and comes in the form of an app and a website. While the app is updated regularly with significant redesigns, the website has been the same for a very long time with nothing special about it.
But, it seems like Google is Finally Rolling-out its first significant redesign for the Play Store’s Website in a while. The new design is initially being rolled out in a few regions, such as Korea and Taiwan, while we can expect a broader rollout in the coming weeks.
Content is a bit more stretched out, instead of it being locked inside a horizontally-centred row, while the page background is white and there’s still no hint of any toggle or setting that can be used to enable dark mode. Overall, the new design is much welcomed and features larger icons. Apart from this, some app listings like Netflix now come with a banner that stretches across the top of the screen.
The new interface seems like a Frankenstein made up of the web version of the Windows Store and the iOS App Store in terms of usability and design, while it makes a weird choice to align the app icons on the right side of an apps page.
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