Just the other day a more flatter version of the Google logo was revealed in the Chrome Beta for Android app. However it was not a new logo that Google plans to use as its main logo, but rather a slightly redesigned logo that would be used in situations where a flatter design might be better, as opposed to the current logo which features some beveling on it. At the same time it looks like Google has also decided to debut a new logo for its Google Play website, which as you can see in the screenshot above is different from its predecessor.
The previous logo was read as “Google Play”, with the font being a lighter shade of grey, and with the “play” logo positioned on the left. The new logo sees the “play” logo positioned on the right, and the “play” from the text has been dropped, with the Google wording featuring a darker shade of grey. We’re not sure what this is supposed to signify, but it does look a lot simpler, not to mention the play logo already symbolizes “play”, so we guess there really is no need for the “play” wording. What do you guys think? Like this new logo?
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