Google Play Store Updated to v4.1.6, Brings Changes in UI
Today Google Keynote Event will take place in some hours and before that Google has started rolling out the new Version of Google Play Store. Last time Google did a major update of Play Store, they revamped the Full App. After that update here is the next Minor-Major update of Google Play Store.
This Version number is v4.1.6. In this update Google has added a new look for the home buttons (Apps, Games, Movies, etc.), giving them a more colorful appearance. Google has also removed the traces of the dark colored Holo Theme from Play Store with this update and you will no longer get the dark background in settings or menu items or even buttons.
The company has also changed the ‘My wishlist’ view from a list to a grid based cards design. In addition, the ‘Update All’ now works with the apps with new permissions too, Google will still show you the permissions to check and accept, but you won't need to open every app with changed permissions and then follow the rest procedure.
The Play Store will now warn you about a large update to an app when you are on a mobile data connection. Before it would just happily suck away at your data cap. Google has also added a new redeem interface of Google Play Gift Cards.
Google has also started two new sync options, one which syncs the App Data dubbed as Sync App Data and the other which syncs people details, dubbed as Sync People Details. You can enable these Sync options by Going to Setting > Accounts & Sync > Choose the desired account and check these Sync Options.
Current Version - v4.1.6
Size - 5.76MB