Last month, we announced that the Play Store was about to be redesigned, including a new navigation bar at the bottom of the screen. Although this could only be activated by messing around with feature flags when we posted our first post, Google's new interface is now being extensively made available to users.

As expected, the new theme elements have rounded edges and a new navigation bar, now at the bottom of the screen. Google also redesigned its initial sketch because the previous layout was retained with the Apps button and not replaced by a start button. However, the Music tab is gone and accessible only from the main menu on the left. Most recently, the app pages have been redesigned to focus on key elements such as the rating and screenshots, or the change log for those already installed. The progress bar has also been replaced by a circle around the app icon, which fills as the download progresses.

If you still do not have the new design, make sure you're using the latest version (15.1.24). and try clearing the app's cache in your phone's Settings menu. Otherwise, you can download and install it directly from APKMirror. However, you may still need to reproduce the above steps and restart the device to see the new topic.