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Google Testing New Play Store UI

Bottom navigation bars are something new adopted by Google

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Do you know about the recent changes made by Google? How will new Play Store UI change your experience? Why Google make these transformations? And one most shocking question, why user interfaces are becoming less colorful? Though, we all are aware of this fact that Google believes in renovating constantly. Let’s find out the possible answers to these emerging questions.

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With the recent YouTube update and new chrome interface, bottom navigation bars are something new adopted by Google. However, Google is always known for its consistent updates and innovations. Therefore, a new navigation bar is ready to roll out worldwide for the users below the existing tabs in play store app.

Playstore New look

Though it looks like navigation bar but functions as a submenu for every section you choose to view.  Hence, so many unnecessary buttons are replaced by it with the similar labels.  

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Another point which seems quite evident i.e. interfaces are becoming colorless gradually and main accused of this is Windows 10 and iOS. Material design is something which is usually appreciated by users because it allows apps to have an eye-catching color palette.  Unfortunately, the trend of removing colors from interfaces are also followed by some recent redesigns of Google.

Google Playstore

Moreover, after the removal of blue link color and green color of page categories or directories from the new design, Users have also started showing disappointments by the continuous removal of colors from search UI.  People also expressed their discontentment over similar changes made in desktop by Google last year. 

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Eric Jones is a senior tech blogger at MobileAppDaily and he is a gadget lover and follows every advancement and tweak in the mobile app industry. He is enthusiastic about the gaming and social media apps and possesses almost 7 years of experience as a tech blog contributor. Eric also doesn't like to share his cheese burst pizza with anyone at all.

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