Google plans to give five hardware makers early access to Android 5.0 Jelly Bean and will sell the resulting handsets directly to consumers via the Google Play Store.
Since then, Google launched the Google Play Store, itself a rebranding of the Android Market that now includes music, movies, and books.
Google Drive: 10 Alternatives To See (click image for larger view and for slideshow) The Google Play Store’s hardware department just got a little bit bigger.
The snap was uncovered by Italian website HD Blog, and as you can see, the look is fresh, sleek, and well, rather easy on the eye.
The Featured Apps section at the top of the screen is a personal aesthetic highlight, while the tabs along the bottom will help navigation and general functionality within what is the main medium for finding new apps, games, and other interesting content.
Although we do think the look is a significant step forward, naturally we feel quite skeptical about the whole thing, and there are a variety of reasons for this.
TheAndroid version of the Google Play Store will get yet another makeover, according to details hitting the Internet this week.
The service is accessible from the web, Play Store mobile App on Android and Google TV.
Whether you think its legit or not, is it a look you would look favorably upon if it did make an appearance with Android Jelly Bean 4.1.
In addition to releasing an updated Keyhole based client, Google also added the imagery from the Earth database to their web based mapping software, Google Maps.
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