What you need to know
- Google’s Play Store logo appears to have undergone a minor cosmetic change.
- Some notable changes include more rounded triangle corners and darker colors.
- The small makeover currently appears when making a transaction with Google Pay and GPay.
Google last updated the Play Store logo five years ago, with a new triangle design that removed the shopping bag icon. Now, the Play Store icon seems to be getting a minor cosmetic change.
As spotted by 9to5Google (opens in new tab), Google’s app marketplace has a slightly tweaked logo with darker colors and more rounded corners for the whole triangle. The change shows up in a low-resolution version of the logo at the top of a Google Pay or GPay details page. That said, the new coat of paint is not visible yet on the Play Store’s logo itself.