Google is starting to roll out a revamped version of the Play Store

Internet search giant Google has with the introduction of a revised user interface of the Google Play Store, claims a report from 9to5Google.
“Overall, this new navigation reflects how Google is phasing out navigation drawers Androiddue to their general incompatibility with gesture navigation, ”the report said.
According to the report, after the update, users will be able to see a blue overlay highlighting the users’ profile avatar in the top right corner. This replaces the hamburger symbol that used to be there.
Tapping on it will bring up a long menu with several sections, such as: B. My Apps and Games, Library, Payments and Subscriptions, and more.
The revision also extends to the options in the Settings section, where users will now see options such as General, User Controls, Family, and About.
In related news, Google announced the data from Google I / O 2021 Developer Conference – Google I / O 2021.
The annual event that Google missed out on last year is an online-only event and will take place between May 18th and 20th.
At the event, Google will provide details on the next major Android update – Android 12 – as well as developments on other products.
Google will release more details on I / O 2021 later this month.


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