Some Interface tweaks for the Google Play Store

Finally, you can zoom in on screenshots. The ‘Entertainment’ section has been renamed ‘Movies, Music, Books.
Google Play Store is always in development. This means that it adds and renews tweaks as well as overhauls. Although the latest round of changes may not be as exciting, they can help you find what your looking for or examine certain applications more closely.
It’s worth noting that the main landing page has changed “Entertainment” to “Movies, Music, Books.” This will simplify users’ tasks, and help them to understand what they can find in this section. It may not look great on smaller screens (this was taken with a Nexus 5X), but it may look fine on larger phones such as the Pixel XL and other phones with a large screen.
Another notable change is the ability to zoom in and pinch on screenshots. This is a great way to see more details before you decide whether or not you want to install the app.
You may have noticed that clicking a link to Google Play Store from Chrome or another browser takes you to a preview page which is now notable for the larger Google Play Store branding.
The white search bar disappears when you navigate to different Play Store sections. To access a voice search, tap the microphone icon and the bar. Google likely realized that voice searches were not being performed in the Play Store and decided to make this change.
The most useful feature of Google’s new search engine is the ability to zoom in on screenshots. Although it may seem like a small thing, some game screenshots make it easier to see exactly what’s happening. It may also help those with smaller screens to see more of the action.
This story was first published by Greenbot.

Some Interface tweaks for the Google Play Store
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