Google has finally unveiled the much-awaited redesign of the Google Play Store last Tuesday. The revamp is meant to brighten up the app store experience, enhance usability and capability, as well as its appearance.
What’s New on the Redesigned Google Play Store?
The Google Play Store is a built-in hub for Android users who want to download content to their mobile devices. It allows access to apps, games, movies, TV shows, music, and many more.
With the new user interface, users can now distinguish major categories with distinct, color-coded icons that can be found at the top of the screen. It was also brightened up and reorganized with more straightforward segregation between sections. As a result, the new Google Play Store is simpler and more intuitive to navigate. It also features an improved purchasing process, which was criticized in the previous version.
It appears that the new Google Play Store is adapting to the increasing demands for graphic-heavy content. Furthermore, Android users can now process huge amounts of graphic-heavy content on tablets such as Lenovo IdeaTab S2110 and the Sony Xperia Tablet Z. The said devices run a seamless HD media off of Qualcomm Snapdragon processors.