Googles Material Design language spreads to Play Store App

Google Play logoDuring Google I/O last month, we were introduced to Material Design. Material Design is the new design aesthetic for the upcoming Android L mobile operating system and makes greater use of bold colors, sliding cards and transitions, and larger Roboto typography.

To get an idea of what to expect with Material Design, take a look at this brief overview from Google:

Android Police is now reporting that the Play Store will get a similar Material Design makeover and that the refresh will likely launch with Android L and it has the screenshots to prove it. The images below are obviously from a pre-release version of the Play Store and may not be indicative of exactly will be presented in its final form. However, the images do give us an idea of the minimalist direction that Google is heading towards with Material Design.

Google Play

Google Play

New version Google Play

New Google Play

Head on over to Android Police to get the full scoop on the new iteration of the Play Store and a lot more pictures.

Source: DailyTech

Tags: Google

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