Google Play Store finally got mobile web interface

By | May 24, 2014

Google has launched the full featured mobile web version for the Google Play Store which makes the users smartphone friendly and easier to buy the stuff, devices and more from the Play Store. Now no need to zoom in and out for the content. Before you enter the Play Store to buy and download the apps, games and some digital content and if you want to buy  the devices and related accessories you need to open the browser and go to Now you can  buy the devices under the deice section.

The design of it is very pleasing and it is very easy to navigate around the app. Adding the mobile version of Google Play is very nice thing by the Google and it lets the other platform users to buy the goodies from the Google Play very easily. The other good thing is it now allows to but the Devices and accessories which you cant’ buy with the Google Play Store app.


Coming to the design is pretty good, clean and it came up with a hamburger menu. When you open the main page you will see the same stuff which you will see in the regular website, and you need to hit the button in the top left corner for all the category tags and it looks like three horizontal lines and the panel opens from the left with the respective categories and the specific content.

This mobile site has the login credentials similar to that of Google Play App and it is very easy to sign in with the pencil icon next to your account photo. This makes easier to buy the things like you did before with the desktop website.

Overall this is the welcome development from Google and our next wish to add this hardware section to the Google Play app also.

Author: Peter Jacksonn

Peter, the most experienced in The Tech Bulletin team is a professional blogger and interested in reviewing the gadgets, giving solutions for technical queries. He covers the consumer electronics section along with latest apps and games.+Peter