Google’s Play Store v4.0 Announced, May Soon Get Redesigned UI

3/23/2013 By
Google have already rolled out new service 'Google Keep' starting this week, now the company has been working on a redesigned version of the Google Play Store for Android devices. That’s what the folks at Droid-Life claim, anyway. They appear to have obtained and installed the unreleased 4.0 version of the Google Play Android app ahead of a wider release.

Google’s Play Store v4.0 May Soon Get Redesigned UI

This new version would bring a complete redesign to the app with Holo-inspired user interface, new fonts, bigger images and lots more. The individual content stores such as Music, Movies and TV, Books, Apps also have a different layout with eye-catching colours.

Google’s Play Store v4.0 May Soon Get Redesigned UI

The apps section has Editors’ Choice and Staff Pick buttons just above the category list. The Staff Picks has a normal layout, but the Editor’s Choice has a single card look. There are Google Now-like container for the items. The My Apps section shows the Update button even if there’s a single app to update. Update over Wi-Fi is now present in the Auto-update apps option.

Here the demo video of the Google Play 4.0 from Droid Life

At this point there’s no firm word on when (or if) this update is slated to go live, but it’s very possible that Google could wait until I/O to officially pull back the curtain on a redesigned Play Store app. In the meantime, major mobile players like Facebook are exploring ways to bypass the Play Store completely and push new updates to users, so here’s hoping Google pushes the update out before others follow suit. Via
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