Tuesday , August 21 2018


One of the many Google Play-related announcements at this year’s Google I/O conference was that the web-based Play Store would be receiving an updated design to match its mobile counterparts.

Droid Life has published some images today that look very much like that updated Play Store, saying it’s being tested internally at Google and looks like it’ll roll out in the next few weeks.

The design looks almost identical to the tablet UI for the Play Store, which makes sense since your computer screen is also a large, landscape display. It’s really nice to see a consistent design style emerging across all of Google’s services both on the web and mobile, and I’m curious about how influential the card-based design will be on newer versions of Android.


Source: Droid Life.
Via: Android Community.

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Hopefully they add ‘wishlist’ capabilities for the web version. Would be quite handy.

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I’m genuinely liking the card design language. I very it to scale and translate well into multiple apps 1st and 3rd party alike. I have started to replace my core apps with apps designed closer to the stock android design language.

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Sweet, can’t wait. 🙂

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