Currently Google’s Android is the most used operating system for mobile in the world. Google’s own marketplace known as the Google Play store got a very few updates throughout last few years. Last time when we got some major changes was earlier in July, 2011. Although we found some design upgrade on Jelly Bean and Ice Cream Sandwich, overall there was no changed at all. But now it seems like, Google Play might getting an update of version 4.0.
We have got a screenshot and a hands-on video from Droid-Life. Both the screenshot and video indicate that there will be an upgrade of version 4.0. All the docs reveal a tweaked look and deeper integration of the Holo-theme, although the overall layout at most the part remains same. The new design seems easier to switch between searching for apps, music, books and video and new fonts as category section titles, bigger images. There is some few changes like auto update apps and auto update over WiFi combined into one.
We do not have more information about when this update will go live to the general public. But we are very excited to get an announcement from Google to show off Google Play 4.0, and the next big UI overhaul. Check the video below for more.
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