Google Play Store gets a new design



Google is redesigning its Play Store, which will roll out soon. The company’s employee Kirill Grouchnikov has teased about this by uploading an image on his Google+ account. If we believe on this image, it looks like Google Play Store is really getting major overhaul.

Recently Google had announced that it will increase the size limit from 50 MB to 100 MB, which will allow developers to upload big files. In addition to new design, Android user can also expect better apps center that offers more and better apps.

The new image shows that the main page of Google Play Store will have only two sections: one is Apps & Games while other is Entertainment. This is a pretty bold change, as currently main page of Play Store has six sections, which includes Games, Movies & TV, Music, Books and Newsstand.

This new image shows that both sections will have subcategories. The Apps and Games section will feature Top Charts, Games, Categories and more, while Entertainment section will have Movies & TV, Music, Books, Newsstand and some more.

According to the teaser reveled by Grouchnikov, this new redesigned Google Play Store will come with a new header option, which will show some specific apps, games, movies, books or some other related stuffs. Grouchnikov wrote that this new revamped Google Play Store is coming soon, but he didn’t specify any exact date.