Google Play Store gets an update that brings a better foldable UI

Google is updating the Play Store soo that it looks less than a dumpstire fire Google is redesigning the Play Store to cater to non-smartphone devices like Android tablets, Chrombook, but mainly, foldable phones like the Pixel Fold or any of the from the Ssamsung’s lineup. However, this is not a sudden move from the company. Google first announced its plans to upgrade the Play Store at Google I/O last year. It’s just now that the company is making progress on this by introducing four new upgrades in order to help users with larger-screen devices get a better Play Store experience.  Changes to the app listings Source: Google Google’s first priority is to add high-quality videos to the app listing pages for gaming apps. It would be a great visual guide for the users, as they will see the video banners at the top of the app’s listing page. This is potentially a good way to give users some insight into gameplay before downloading the game.  Additionally, Google has reorganized the app and game details pages and added a multi-column layout, making for less scrolling to see the content.  Ranking changes to boost high-quality applications  Google is also making multiple changes to the app rankings on the Play Store. The goal is that this benifets ;s for large-screen devices in order to promote high-quality applications. Applications that can be resized across all devices with support for both landscape and portrait will get better ranking. In the future, Editors’ Choice and…Google Play Store gets an update that brings a better foldable UI

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