A major redesign is coming to the Google Play Store, a sneak peak of which was offered by the company's UI engineer Kirill Grouchnikov. The refresh will see the main Play Store page containing only two tabs: Apps & Games and Entertainment. This compares to the six separate sections - Games, Movies & TV, Music, Books, and Newsstand - that are there currently.
As you can see in the image above, both the main tabs will contain subcategories. For example, the Apps & Games tab will further have sections like Top Charts, Games, Categories, and Family. Similarly, once inside the Entertainment tab, you'll see shortcuts for Movies & TV, Music, Books, and Newsstand.
Notably, the new header space at the top of the page will be used to focus on a particular app, game, movie, or other related stuff. Although Grouchnikov did mention that the changes are coming "#soon," he didn't specify exactly when.
i wish they allow more countries to access apps with in-app purchases.............
well I wish they re-design youtube and play music, they 2 app are absolutely terrible
whole point of buying an android based phone is to use google services , you better off with windows phone or maybe even iPhone it should with without any slow downs unless you have a 256mb ram or similar :)