Google Tests Removing Library And Installed Tabs From The Play Store


Google is testing the Play Store with some new tweaks to give it a clearer look. In this testing, the tech giant has removed the Installed and Library tabs from the ‘My apps & games’ section to give it a cleaner look.

The Installed tab contains all the apps and games you have currently installed on your device while the Library tabs consist of all the apps and games you have ever installed across all your Android devices linked to your Google account.

Although both of these tabs were quite useful in some scenario especially the Library tab which was useful to install apps which you have earlier installed on your previous phone. However, it looks like these two tabs were not being used much by users which is perhaps why Google is removing to give it a cleaner look.

Google Play Store Updated My Apps & Games Section
Updated Vs Old Design

As of now, there is no information on how Google will allow users to view their previously installed apps and games, once the Library tab will be removed from Play Store.

Google will be rolling out this change as a server-side update. However, it is still unknown whether this change will be just for A/B testing or as a final remake in the ‘My Apps and Games‘ section. 

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