Google Is Taking The Road Of 'No Card Style' In The New Play Store UI

Over the last few months, we have seen the Play Store undergo a lot of changes. The last of these changes revamped the 'My Apps & Games' section with many new buttons, color changes and section divisions. Google has now started testing out a no-card-style design for the Play Store.


This new change might be hard to catch the eyes but is substantially using the space on the screen. The image above contains no cards and if you may have noticed, there are no borders to separate the apps like it used to be earlier. It seems as if the Card Style UI is slowly fading away from Google apps. The update is a server side one and might be in the testing phase for now. For brief comparison of the changes, take a look below - 


The image on the left shows the old interface with cards and borders with every app icon and on the right is the new cleaner interface that doesn't have any of the cards or borders. Since the update is already under testing, you might see the same interface soon in your Play Store. 


Do you like or dislike this modification? Let us know in the comments.





Rajat Kapoor is a self confessed tech geek. Always up to date with what's going on in the tech world, he is currently pursuing BCA and prefers Android over iOS. You will see his articles here and we do hope that you find them useful and informational.
Google Is Taking The Road Of 'No Card Style' In The New Play Store UI Google Is Taking The Road Of 'No Card Style' In The New Play Store UI Reviewed by Rajat Kapoor on 3/18/2017 09:35:00 pm
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