The Google Play Store could suffer a major facelift in the coming months. It is in any case what think the website Droid-Life by revealing screenshots of the next version of the Play Store, version 4.0.
Here, no change name as was the case with Android Market, but large changes in the interface design. It wants to be more clear, enhancing the color code to classify applications. Full of small new touches to discover in the video made by Droid-Life.
It could also host a new service from Google: Google Play News. This service could inaugurate a newspaper subscription on smartphones and tablets on the Android system. So, no need to go buy your newspaper from booth every morning.
This new version of Play Store could be unveiled at Google I/O on May 15th.
Larry Page has not made friends in Facebook since the last interview. Indeed, the head of Google has fiercely attacked the company in an interview with Wired. Although he touched on many topics, Page made about him when he talked about the Facebook.
According to him, Facebook is good in his field, but made a very bad job when it comes to other projects. While Page does not explicitly mention the Facebook Graph Search made three days ago, we still feel that the target is clearly identified. Page is confident, and if we are to believe his words, Google does not absolutely afraid the novelty of Facebook.
A big part of the interview was also dedicated to projects Google X Lab. Google’s goal, according to Page, is to develop new things like Google Cars, and thus does not necessarily improve things existing. Anyway, now we’ll expected a response from Facebook via interposed media.