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Google’s Play Store gets ‘cleaner’ redesign separating apps and games

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Google on Wednesday announced a new look for the Play Store aimed at helping users better navigate through apps and games.

“Aligning with Material design language, we’re introducing several user-facing updates to deliver a cleaner, more premium store that improves app discovery and accessibility,” the company said on its Developers Blog.

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The redesign includes a new navigation bar that appears on the bottom of a mobile screen and to the left on a tablet or Chrome OS.

“There are now two distinct destinations for games and apps, which helps us better serve users the right kind of content,” Google also noted.

When you click on an app or game, you will now see “richer” information about the app at a glance, with bigger drop-down menu options.

The refresh is already rolling out on the Google Play Store.

Feature image: Google Developers Blog 

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