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It was just back in July that Google released the new version of the Play Store with a new content listing, but rest of the UI of the page was not quite modified then. Today, Android Police has published a gallery of images of the new Google Play UI, which basically shows how the new version looks like.
Although there are not much of the changes in the site but you will see a major tweaks on the home-screen of the Play Store itself. So basically we are looking at the Play Store's upcoming 5.0 release.
According to Android Police the previous Play Store update focused on content listings, this update will focus on bringing a touch more "material" to the actual store fronts for Movies, Apps, Games, Music, Books, and Newsstand. The changes definitely aren't major, but they bring the app more into line with Android's L release with playful visual treats and refreshed toolbars.
Moreover, you will also see new colors in the UI being used. All the Google Play sections namely Apps, Games, Movies, Books, and Newsstand are also seen with the new color palette combinations that are brighter and better.
You will also be able to see some new Material Design-inspired Google Play app icons for Music, Movies, Books, Newsstand along with a new Google Play Store icon, within the files of the app.
It is also apparent that Google is focusing more on the card-based design. Withal, the per-device restoration feature, which was discovered previously by Android Police, was seen with some changes in the latest files of the Google Play app. The string files hints a feature that would enable users to choose a device profile (smartphone or tablet) from where a predefined set of apps can be restored when setting up a new device.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!