Perhaps many of you would have thought at least once in a while that the Chrome Web Store was bogged in a fleck emanating swamp land that got unfolded time loop, a wacky, off-the-wall, outmoded look for nearly a decade. However, you no longer need to embark on the same Chrome Web Store as the company brings a new set of odd things to the platform. Google teased a velvety, revamped Chrome Web Store that threw away its rancid design for a new wall that you might sketch aligning with the latest Android versions and a slew of Google apps. Google has now rolled out the makeover for everyone.
The redesigned sleeky and gloomy Chrome Web Store bears an astounding resemblance to the web version of the Google Play Store. Moreover, you could see a similar Play Store navigation bar and those rounded rectangles everywhere. Though it’s not a perfect match for the material, you would keep your hands high on the Play Store; there are some nuanced elements.
The new Chrome Web Store encompasses an elegant approach, featuring an eminent slider at the top that tells the tale of some of the best extensions and themes available. It puts away the left-hand sidebar to the curb for a limitless scroll of content, and the top navigation bar is responsible for things like extensions and themes.
Each extension or theme houses a modern card design with diligent corners, making them more vibrant. The search bar has been relocated from where it was to the top right corner, ensuring that finding what you’re looking for is a good thing rather than a detective determination. Search modifiers allow you to filter results by all items, featured extensions, or established publishers. Google has mainly focused on modernizing the site’s appearance and aligning it with its current design ethics.