Google has redesigned it’s Play Store, which focuses on sections and sub-section as the new method of navigation. According to Android Central, the update has been rolled out for a few devices and others may receive the same soon.
Google has re-organized the categories and sub-categories to make it more user-friendly.
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The company has updated the Apps and Games section with Top Charts, Games, Categories, Editor’s Choice as it’s sub-sections. Similarly, the Entertainment section has Movies & TV, Music, Books and Newsstand as sub-sections. The scrolling tabs in the sub-sections have been replaced by large size colored buttons for better readability and visual appeal.
That’s not all, the update also shows apps compatible with Android Wear separately. A watch-like icon will appear when you click on the “Read More” section, which will take you to a list of apps compatible with Android Wear. This is similar to Apple’s App store which shows all the apps that offer an app for its Watch.