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March 21, 2013

Google Play redesign might come soon, Google I/O?

Folks over at Droid-Life has gotten an alleged version of the Google Play Store, version 4.0, which brings a major UI overhaul.

Gone is the boxy-UI from the old version, and here comes all the bright colors and a massive dedication for Android’s Holo UI. Overall, it looks lighter and cleaner with similar feels to other Google apps like Google Now, YouTube and even things all the way down to Android’s messaging app.


The new Play interface fits perfectly with the other services of the company, so it seems very logical for the update to arrive. If you’re asking about the release of this update, well, it could silently slip into your phone unnoticed like the Google Settings app – or it could come this Google I/O – which is speculated to release a ton of things like Babble (a rumored messaging app that aims to unify Talk, Hangouts, Voice and the rest), the much-awaited Motorola X phone, and probably a new version of Android to release with a few Nexus devices.

Google’s been pretty active lately, since just recently they released their new service, Google Keep, they retired Google Reader, and who knows what’s next?


Google launches Google Keep note-taking service
Google Play Store 4.0 Hands-On

7 Responses to “Google Play redesign might come soon, Google I/O?”

  1. nhel
    Twitter: lenuhj13

    great … so cool!!!

  2. Justin says:

    Three-da-do… to four-da-do…. parang abnoy magsalita….

  3. tarush says:

    Yes, they badly need to redesign their store, just compare it to Apple’s AppStore and you will probably know why.

  4. Yes Gaming says:

    I’ve heard about this news and I’m looking forward for a better design for the Google Play.

  5. havhhvas says:

    sana hindi lang interface redesign. ayusin na ren yung stuck download bug.

  6. PhSMASH says:

    i think the main problem about the Playstore is that they don’t filter infected malware apps :(

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