A new version of the Google Play Store was just leaked in a handful of screenshots. The images show of a Play Store with a design that falls in line with other recently updated Google applications. By that, we mean the large slide-out navigation menu, populated with many of the options once reserved to the overflow 3-dot menu.
While nothing terribly ground breaking, this new Play Store version 4.4 is currently being tested on Android 4.4 KitKat devices, but will be available for all devices all the way back til Froyo when it’s finally available. We should note, this was an early version of the apk and the app is still undergoing final changes. Sorry, folks. No download.
It’s possible further UI tweaks are in the works and again, while this is only a small change, it’s nice to see Google finally getting their house in order in time for the big Android 4.4 KitKat release. Now let’s see some Google Voice love, Google.
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- Publish apps for Android TV
- Google Play Store 5.0 rolling out
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