Wear OS Play Store gets a fresh UI with a Wear OS 3.0 redesign
At Google I/O 2021, Google detailed its large plan for the Wear OS platform in a collaboration with Samsung. Before the end of last month, Samsung gave us a first look at One UI Watch, the organization’s most recent smartwatch interface dependent on the brought together Wear OS platform.
One UI Watch will make a big appearance on the impending Galaxy Watch, which will be the first device to run on the new stage. While the brought together Wear OS won’t advance toward existing smartwatches at any point in the near future, Google is now setting up the Google Play Store for the new look.
As spotted by Reddit client u/alehel (by means of 9to5Google), Google is carrying out a new UI for the Wear OS Google Play Store, which patches up the interface to align with the upcoming Wear OS 3.0 update. The client got the new UI on their Suunto 7 smartwatch and has posted some screenshots showcasing the new UI.
With the new UI refresh, the Google Play Store for Wear OS currently presents new items on a pill-shaped card. The new format is smaller and utilizes the screen land. It likewise makes things more lucid as cards currently have a light dim shading plan — already, everything was shown on an unadulterated black background. The pursuit button and different pieces of the UI have additionally been corrected, as you can find in the screenshots above.
Up until now, this new UI doesn’t appear to be carrying out generally as they haven’t go over comparable reports from other Wear OS clients. There’s no affirmation when the new Wear OS 3.0 update will be made accessible to the current Wear-OS powered smartwatches. Qualcomm has affirmed it’s working with Google to carry the new update to Snapdragon 4100+ and Snapdragon 4100 platforms.