Do you know the gorgeous bold colors that should draw a material design? Yes, we've kissed them for a long time, and they seem to be able to get rid of other apps on the phone: Play Store.
Several users have begun to see the new Play Store interface that removes the green name and alert bar, replacing them with white. Also removes the green background behind What's new for changelogs and replacing them with white. It also removes the gray background for app review / review and … guess it … replaces it with white color. The only real increase in color is Greater Green Install button.
There are a number of other interface changes, such as the disappearance of cards for similar applications and recommendations, a wider text column for reviews and some font differences, as well as the mysterious lack of round indicators for download numbers, categories, ratings, and ratings. This can mean that this user interface is still under development because you can see a blank space where it should be … if Google has not changed it completely white. I'm a girl, boy. Partly.
Below is a series of screenshots of the current interface I see on my device (left) and what appears in the new design (right). So you can enchant your eyes to the disappearance of color and shape.
It seems to be a limited server-side testing, so we hope it will not show up to all users before someone in the design team finds out how to add some color or texture back.
It seems that the new Play Store design has hit more and more users over the last few months, so we thought we were updating this post to make it tighter. The design seems to be a bit better because categories and bubbles are displayed under the app's name and developer, and the blank white line below the install button fills the score, PG downloads, and ratings. We also get a flash (in the middle image below) how to display beta testing applications. Tip: Not too many colors. Thanks to all who sent it!
I can not say that I am a fan of this design, but it is more complete than when we first saw it. It's still too white and may use some additional distinction between all elements.
More white menus and screens
Next week, another iteration of this proposal. While I got the interface shown in the images above for the app pages, other users started to report similar interfaces that appear to them, but this time for the side menus (including new shortcuts for opening other Google apps). My Apps section, Notification, Wish list, and more. Surprisingly, for those who have the suggestion below, the application pages are not transformed into the cello-white look that is seen above. They remain the same as we have for years. Server-side tests and all. Thanks, Raghunath Kulkarni, @HunterHubers.
This white Play Store design is still spinning and turning on and appearing for some users and coming back to the original design for others. It's still not final, but no one has spoken yet, but we still have tips, so we thought we'd be back to this post.
Redesigning the White Play Store creates waves among users. This last iteration is very similar to what we previously covered, but a bit more sophisticated. A new account screen, also white, with reorganized horizontal tabs will appear Preferences, Rewards, Order history, a Family.
Again, this layout is not available to everyone and is likely to appear and disappear several times over the next few months (now it sounds like a broken record). Progress is taking place with every revival and there are fewer screens with an old green look, so it seems as if we are approaching a complete redesign of the state.
Thanks to + Salah The Dentist and all the others who sent it!
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