A Fresh Face for Google Chrome Web Store: What You Need to Know

Google Chrome Web Store

The Chrome Web Store is a wonderful spot to discover extensions. It’s an aspect of the world’s most widely used browser that is often overlooked. However, Google has recently been giving it more attention. This is because they have introduced a completely revamped version of the Chrome Web Store. The new-looking Web Store is now available for a sneak peek.

The New Google Chrome Web Store Preview is Now Available Google Chrome Web Store

Currently, an accessible ‘preview’ edition of the Chrome Web Store is open for nearly everyone to explore. This version showcases a significant makeover contrasting with the current design of the Web Store. You can view the new preview version at chromewebstore.google.com, whereas users can also view the current Web Store at the default address chrome.google.com/webstore.

The Chrome Web Store was last majorly redesigned in 2018. The new look showcases a much more contemporary appearance that is reminiscent of the recent overhaul of the Play Store’s web version. The “Discover” homepage features a dynamic lineup of showcased extensions and themes, accompanied by categories, recommendations, and additional content below that. When comparing the initial pages of both Web Store versions, the distinction becomes evident right away.

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The New Google Chrome Web Store Introduces New Tabs Google Chrome Web Store

Furthermore, there are fresh tabs with names, “Extensions” and “Themes.” These tabs contain neatly organized suggestions and also present a prominent “Featured” banner at the page’s upper section.

Google initially introduced the redesigned Web Store in a short announcement that largely went unnoticed last week. The announcement from Google did not specify when this new design would become the default. However, in a post for developers, Google mentioned that users will get the opportunity to give the new store a try in the upcoming weeks.

We’re excited to give you a preview of our redesigned Chrome Web Store to make searching for fresh themes and extensions easier. The changes include a modernized interface, personalized extensions, and curated recommendations.

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