Google Play Store prepares to receive a more minimalist design without a hamburger menu

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Google Play Store prepares to be updated with a new design. It is not a complete change at the interface level, but the historical hamburger menu disappears and reorganize the main categories from the bottom.

The new design has been seen in a Google test And, although there is still no date for its official arrival, it should not take too long to start arriving first in beta and later to the rest of the users.


The small redesign of the Google Play Store

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If you go to the Play Store at the moment you will see that, in the upper search bar, there is a hamburger button. This button takes us to the main menu of the app, where the different categories and options offered by the Google application store are grouped together. The first change in sight is the disappearance of this hamburger menu, which disappears and gives way to the classic search magnifying glass that Google already uses in its other apps.

Google Play Store will say goodbye to the hamburger menu and change the location of the main settings of the application

Secondly, the settings menu is quite simplified. Now we will have fewer categories, instead of the extensive list that we currently invoke after pressing the hamburger button. It doesn’t get lost in functionality, but everything is more minimalist with the new design.

By last, changes arrive in the categories of applications that appear at the bottom of the app. We currently have: games, apps, movies and books. In the new update, the books section disappears, leaving everything distributed in games, apps and movies.

Via | Android Police


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Google Play Store prepares to receive a more minimalist design without a hamburger menu

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