Google Play Store begins to roll out the “Offers” tab for a few users


Google Play at the store recently received the Material You redesign and now the company has reportedly added a new “Deals” tab on the app. While the company hasn’t revealed anything about the new tab, it has been spotted by several users. Most users have four tabs on the bottom bar and it drops to five for users who have signed up for the Play Pass. According to a 9to5Google report, the default may soon be five for all users. According to the various screenshots shared by users, the “Offers” tab is hosted in the middle of the “Applications” and “Movies & TV” tabs.
According to the report, the new tab displays “App offers you might like” as well as “Game offers you might like”. Under the tab, each game and app receives a carousel of larger-than-usual cover images. The agreement and its expiration date as well as other information about the app can also be found under the tab. The report further reveals that the tab is quite different from the “Offers & Notifications” page in the app menu.
Google has also reportedly started testing the new user interface for the Play Store website. According to Android Police, few users in Korea and Taiwan reported the new user interface. According to the report, the content of the page is more extensive with larger icons. When you click on your profile picture in the upper right corner, you can see a menu that includes links to verify purchased content, Play points, and other information. We can also notice that the multimedia gallery on the pages of the application now has a scroll bar. The main “Apps” and “Games” pages also now have buttons at the top for quickly filtering between phone, tablet, TV, Chromebook, Wear OS, and car apps. The design is expected to be available for more users soon.


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