It’s been awhile since we’ve seen changes made to the Google Play Store on the web. But just in time for the inevitable Nexus 5 release, it seems Google is doing a little tidying up. Hopping on over to Google Play’s Nexus 7 listing, you’ll notice a cleaner layout, removing separate listings for various device configurations, replacing them instead with simple 16GB or 32GB selection boxes and connectivity dropdown menu. We approve.
While not ground breaking, it does make users’ shopping experience that much easier and highlights some last minute changes before the Nexus 5 (and maybe even the Nexus 4?) arrives on the scene. Shouldn’t be much longer, folks. The anticipation is building.
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