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Refreshed Google Play Store design makes its way to the web

The web-based version of the Google Play Store has now been updated

| Internet & Websites News | Posted: Jul 16, 2013 8:24 am

I've been loving the refreshed Google Play Store on my various Android-based devices, but now the web enjoys the same thing. The refreshed, card interface design is now on the web.

 

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Videos can continue to be rented and purchased, with the same going for books and devices. Subscriptions to magazines and Android app installations to your Android-based devices can all be done with the click of your mouse. The benefits of the refreshed look of the Google Play Store on the web include larger screenshots for Android apps and content, and it's all done on Google's webP format which loads much quicker than the previous site.

 

The menu sidebar is also identical to the usual Google apps on Android, which is a nice touch from Google.

NEWS SOURCESAndroidcentral.com, Play.google.com

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