Google Play Store is getting a revamp fit for large-screen tablets, Chromebooks and foldables


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Jan 8, 2011
Google is finally bringing promised changes to its Android app store that were first unveiled at last year's Developer keynote. It primarily includes a revamped Play Store for large-screen devices, including Chromebooks, tablets, and foldable phones.
Lastly, Google Play Store is finally getting a split-screen search experience to "discover and compare apps" on the search results page. For users who search for an app in landscape mode on a large screen, the results will showcase two formats side by side: one comprising search results and the other giving users app information.

All the promising and welcome changes to Google Play Store for large screens will be rolling out in the coming weeks, and the app warnings on the app details page will start showcasing in late August.
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