The web version of Google Play has been revamped to look more like the smartphone and tablet version. The store now has a more flatter and cleaner look, making it a lot more visually appealing. Moreover, it's much easier to navigate now, as content categories including Apps, Movies, Books and Devices, have been introduced on the left hand corner. Also, users can access their wishlist and redeem gift cards from the same corner.
The home page various content categories including recommended games, new movie releases, top 100 books, recommended apps, Theme based lists like movies based on actor highlight and other recommended and top lists. This does make things easier to discover and the fact that the listed content are designed like cards, makes it more visually enticing. It sort of makes you want to click on it.
Google released the revamped version of the Google Play Store for Android in April. The company's announcement about the web version was simple Google+ post, it said "The redesigned Google Play store on #Android devices is now on the web:goo.gl/DPiDq. Play like never before with our fresh new look". With the announcement was posted a screenshot of the store. This is perhaps an other sign that Google is trying to bring a unified identity to it's services.
Clicking on the price tag of the content will take you directly open the download window. Moreover, there is definitely a performance boost, the store handles much smoother and no longer feels sluggish. Check out the updated Google play here.