Back at Google I/O in May, Google showed off a preview of a redesigned Play Store for the web. Today we’re happy to let you know that the redesigned Google Play Store for web has now gone live. Featuring a major design change to the new Holo UI with cards, the new Play Store is nothing short of gorgeous. There are also a few changes outside of the design that we’ll briefly highlight.
First off is the navigation between different sections which now takes place in a navigation bar in the upper left corner. Once you get inside of a section, there are different rows of cards for things like apps, books, and music. These rows vary between things like recommended for you, sales, or author spotlights and such. Aside from that, there’s a major change in the fact that the Play Store is now resizable based on your screen size. Finally, you can now see your wishlists through the web Play Store as well as having a dedicated My Apps section. Pretty snazzy features to finally have in the web version.
Go check out the redesign for yourself and let us know what you think of the change down in the comments.