Google is experimenting with a redesign of the Play Store. The settings should be more straightforward, making it easier for users to find what they’re looking for. This is what the new design looks like.
Read on after the announcement.
Play Store is being redesigned
The Play Store has so many options and menus that navigation can be difficult at times. So Google is testing a new design for the digital store. The Play Store redesign divides settings into four categories: General, User Controls, Family, and About. If you click on an option, it will bring up a larger menu. This is much clearer and makes getting lost more difficult.
The family is a new class. There you’ll find, among other things, settings that allow parents to monitor app purchases for their daughter or son. There is also a new “parenting guide”, where they can find kid-friendly content.
Plus, the list of popular hamburgers will disappear. The three lines that have provided access to all settings for years lends itself to a much simpler solution: Just click on your thumbnail in the corner soon. This is more intuitive.
As mentioned, Google is still testing the Play Store redesign. Only a small group of users has access to the new design. Google may make more changes before seeing the new design.
Google is working hard on apps
Google has been busy redesigning all kinds of apps over the past year. The focus is always on a simpler user experience. So I got Google Search was actually redesigned at the end of JanuaryWhich displays the results more clearly.
Google Maps has also been completely fixed. The Maps contain more and more detailsThis will facilitate knowing the intensity of afforestation in natural reserves. Additionally, added Google recently added split screen to Street View in Maps. It is now possible to see the map and the street scene simultaneously on your screen. To navigate much easier.