Google’s Play Store has a new logo (and it’s already showing up on some Androids)

Deepak Gupta July 9, 2022
Updated 2022/07/09 at 1:01 AM

It hasn’t been officially released yet, but some users have already noticed that Google’s Play Store should be getting a new image. While the changes are subtle, the difference is noticeable.

The last changes to the Google Play Store logo were made in 2016 and they too were barely noticeable.

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Google has confirmed that it is updating its app store logo and, in fact, there are already users and noticing the differences. The changes are subtle, so the company decided to highlight only the colors we already know. In turn, the triangular shape remains the same, as does the direction it points.

According to 9to5Google, the new logo, despite highlighting all the colors, emphasizes green and blue, in relation to yellow and red. In addition, the website mentions that the triangular figure appears with “more rounded corners”.

New Google Play Store logo

Apparently, as recalled by the Mobile Syrup, the last time Google tweaked the Play Store logo was in 2016. At that time, the company just made the colors brighter, giving them more prominence. Once again, the changes were subtle.

Although Google has already confirmed the changes, the new logo is not yet available on the site, nor on the Play Store, appearing only when users make a purchase within the app store with Google Pay - even when it appears, the image still shows low resolution.

It is not yet clear when Google will officially deploy the new logo of the Play Store.

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