YouTube employee outs Google Play Store redesign

YouTube employee outs Google Play Store redesign
A redesign of the Google Play Store is apparently imminent. A YouTube employee by the name of Eileen Rivera posted on her Google+ page a screenshot of what appears to be a new home screen for the Google Play Store. With the addition of the "Games" category, apps are now divided into six separate options. The whole redesign looks brighter, more colorful and less crowded.

It would seem that Google has been providing the new version of the Google Play Store to its own employees. We're not sure, however, that the idea was for Googlers to pass this information along to the public. How do we know that? It seems that Ms. Rivera's Google+ page has been taken down. Regardless, Android users should have their antenna up, looking for the update.

source: EileenRivera via AndroidCentral


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