The Google Play store gets a major overhaul with the new navigation, no more burger menus

Google is getting a design renovation, which is also its biggest ever from the Material Design theme in 2019 and Dark Mode. This time it has new navigation and improved settings options. The biggest change you’ll see in the new version is that Google has finally got rid of the hamburger menu in the upper left corner. Most of the features will now be displayed when you tap your avatar displayed inside the circle in the upper right corner. This is the same style we’ve seen in Google Photos, Gmail, and more.

Similarly, other accounts will be displayed when you tap the avatar and see the drop-down menu. Below this you can see the status of the Play Points with the progress bar. Below this you will get a bunch of familiar options like My Apps and Games, Library, Payments and Subscriptions, Play Protect, Notifications and Offers, Play Pass, Settings and Help and Feedback.

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As noted by 9to5Google, the ‘My Apps and Games’ options remain unchanged, but the ‘Library’ now includes links to your wish list, movies and TV and books. The ‘Payments and subscriptions’ option does not have all the cards on one page for easy access.

The Settings page has also been redesigned with more unified options: General, User Controls, Family, and About.

It’s worth adding that some users have seen this remodel from the last few weeks, but Google seems to be expanding it now and it’s only a matter of time before it reaches all Android users around the world.