New UI for Play Store Top Charts showing up for some users

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Left: Previous Top Charts UI. Center, Right: New UI.

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I personally like this change, the gaps between cards wasted quite a bit of screen real-estate and the new design looks clean. I just really wish Google would publicly release all these new Play Store features, instead of testing each one with a limited amount of users.

  • Thanks:
  • Mark,
  • Anand

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