Last month we reported that Google was working on introducing some changes to the Play Store’s interface, and now the time has finally come when those changes are being rolled out to users. Google Play Store 14.5.52 was the one which was spotted by developers over at XDA with interface changes, but it wasn’t available for users. Now after a month, the full rollout of these changes has finally begun, and we’re here to take a look at everything new in this update.
Google has released an update for the Play Store app with some new material design changes. The new material design elements added in the update brings more rounded edges to the app along with a new navigation bar that’s now positioned at the bottom of the screen. The dedicated music tab is now gone and can only be accessed through the main menu available on the left. The app page has been given a complete overhaul to put more focus on key elements such as the screenshots and the ratings. The changelog for the installed apps also has been focused on in the new update. The progress bar isn’t there anymore and has been replaced by a circle animation that progress with the app download.
We have added the download link for the latest Google Play Store APK 15.1.24 update file down below which comes with these material changes. If you’re not able to see these changes on installing the app, Restart your Device, or wait for a day or two to get the new changes. The APK file is from APK Mirror and is entirely safe to install. The only catch is that if you’re installing an APK for the first time on your Android phone, you’ll have to enable the installation from Unknown sources option by going to settings>security.