The Google Play Store has come as far since it propelled in 2012 as the upgrade to the Android Market. The application, now in its 8.x variant, includes a client instinctive outline which for the most part takes after Google’s Material Design rules. In spite of the fact that there are as yet critical execution issues as far as smoothness when utilizing the Play Store on any Android gadget, Google has gained ground in different territories. As far as ease of use, Google has, in the course of recent years, rolled out a few improvements to the UI to make it less demanding to find and introduce applications. In any case, there was still a lot of opportunity to get better.
Presently, the Play Store has begun indicating application sizes for all applications in the home screen of the Play Store. This is noticeable in the lower left corner of an application symbol. That space was already utilized for demonstrating the client rating for an application. For the time being, this is just being appeared to Indian clients, and it is presently noticeable on the greater part of our gadgets.
Why has Google rolled out an improvement to the Play Store home screen for just Indian clients? Right now, the reality of the matter is that lone Indian clients are seeing application sizes, yet more nations might be added to the rundown at a later date. Concerning why the change was made in any case, Google has likely remembered India’s condition of information network while rolling out the improvement.
In spite of the fact that India has made gigantic walks in reasonable information since 2016 with the ascent of Reliance Jio, VoLTE and 4G LTE, information can in any case be costly and constrained in numerous regions of the nation. Telling clients the measure of an application ideal on the home screen itself is a move intended to expand comfort in business sectors where the information availability isn’t ideal.
Clients can anticipate that this element will advance toward other creating markets later on relying upon the criticism that Google gets on the same.