There’s an upgrade coming soon for the Google Play store, if pictures posted by one Google software engineer are to be accepted. Kirill Grouchnikov, who has taken a shot at the application for right around six years and is proceeding onward to another group in the organization, transferred the photos above and beneath to his Google+ account. It doesn’t resemble an aggregate redesign of the Play store’s outline, yet it’s surely fresher, with smooth livelinesss and another format.

The store seems as though it will be partitioned into two fundamental segments: Apps and Games and Entertainment. (This would supplant the six classifications of the present Play store: Apps, Games, Movies and TV, Music, Books, and Newsstand.)

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New animations sliding from section to section.

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We’re not sure when Android users can expect to get their hands on the new design, but they probably won’t have to wait long judging by Grouchnikov’s use of the #soon hashtag. (But then again, he also uses the #uhhnggngyeh hashtag repeatedly, and who knows what that means when it comes to update schedules.)

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Evolution

The images shown below represents the evolution of the Play store (Google firstly introduced Android Market) few years back.

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Download

You can download the latest version of Google Play (5.10.29) here, just in case it’s needed to get this new look.


Souce : The Verge

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