Google Play Apps Get New Icons

Posted: Apr 5 2016, 1:15pm CDT | by , Updated: Apr 5 2016, 9:12pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
Google Play Apps Get New Icons
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The US based tech giant, Google announced today that all of its app branches are going to receive a new look soon. This could be in the form of a whole makeover or just the visual replacement of a single icon.

Jonathan Chung, who is the lead visual designer at Google Play confirmed that all of the six new apps shall be getting more colorful and user-friendly representations.

These results shall soon become visible on smart phones and other devices in just within a week and this shall lead to a consistent look for the company’s whole pack.

The new look shall consist of incorporating the same categories along with the Play symbol behind them in much brighter colors.

Google Play was launched four years back along with the Google Play store but today all shall be receiving an update to have a more consistent family look.

With this news, we surely are reminded that it has been four years for Google and over this time it has expanded to six more apps namely, Play Movies & TV, Play Music, Play Books, Play Games, Play Newsstand and Play Store.

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