Google's rumoured redesign of the Play Store has been glimpsed again, with a screenshot that suggests the upcoming revamp is being tested within the Big G's hallowed halls.
The screenshot was posted -- and subsequently deleted -- by a YouTube staff member, Android Central reports. The image, which you can see for yourself above, points to a cleaner, paler look for the Android app.
If you squint, you'll see that the Google Play shopping bag icon at the top of the screenshot has been replaced with a dog food bowl -- this is probably a reference to 'dogfooding', a business term that refers to a big company forcing its employees to chow down on its own products.
That would imply that Google's employees are giving the new-look Play app a go already -- or perhaps Google has an incoming partnership deal with Pedigree Chum.
If the new app is being put through the wringer internally, it may not be far from a proper release.
Google Play started life as the Android App Store, but was renamed as Google pushed non-software goodies like movies, ebooks and music.
While by no means a design disaster, the current version of Play looks a little dark-and-gloomy compared to this new leaked snap. Putting the available download categories along the top of the app seems like a smart move, too.
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