Google Is On Improving Play Store To Make It Easier To Navigate

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It seems Google is on a redesign binge. UI modifications have been seen across applications, especially on Google Maps. A whole lot of alerts on the pandemic were obtained by Google Maps. While several of these improvements are now being reviewed, they have still not been officially rolled out. The redesign spree is a fresh addition to the Play Store, and photos show that UI improvements are heading to the settings menu. They are expected to offer the app a much cleaner and fancy look.

The idea of redesigning came into the picture after many complaints by users about the navigation capability of the play store. However, Playstore is one of the most popular app stores used around the globe. It would be very convenient for the users after redesigning.

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Photos spotted by Android Police indicate that Google is most probably coming with an entirely new look of the Play Store settings. It will list everything on one screen at the moment Four parts are added by the latest settings menu changes – General, User Controls, Family, and About. To display their respective choices, each of these parts can be extended. It looks a lot cleaner and allows it easier to identify choices.

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The overhaul of settings is not the only UI update for the Play Store that is being checked.  Images from a previous test revealed earlier in October that Google was thinking about getting rid of the hamburger menu. It is also thinking of adding the Play Store list within the thumbnail of the user. With Google’s eventual switch to a gesture-based navigation system, a transition and re-design like this will make much sense.

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The process of trials is already in the air. However, the tech giant has not revealed much about the testing and debugging process. 

Right now, only a very small number of customers are able to experience and verify these improvements. Google also seems to be making further more improvements to the software. So this suggests that any time soon we will not see the latest UI rolling out to more users.

There are high expectations this time and the users are hoping for the best navigation facilities made available.

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Parth Dubey
Parth Dubey
I am Parth Dubey, currently an undergraduate. I have been working as a content writer for the past 6 months and have worked in various fields with many people and firms. I firmly believe that writing is not just about money making or attracting people, it's more about knowledge and information, along with feelings.

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