We might have an idea of what Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie will look like, based on leaked screenshots and a video. The entire UI has changed — gone is the dark Holo theme that debuted with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. All of the colors and fonts have been redesigned, giving the Google Play Store a simplistic, brighter and an almost Windows Phone-like appearance.
Droid Life has posted screenshots and a video preview of Google Play 4.0, which is rumored to be unveiled at Google I/O in May, where the company is expected to debut Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. If the redesign of Google Play is any indication of what Key Lime Pie is going to look like, we can expect a very clean and more polished look compared to previous versions of Android.
The Google Play Store 4.0 now has larger headers and icons to make it easier to navigate. Google has taken some inspiration from Google Now's UI. The Apps section is now presented in Google Now's card-like interface. The books and magazine section icons have also increased in size, making it much easier to see the covers and providing a much more visually appearing UI.
All categories in the Play Store have been given larger headers and matching colors to keep a uniform look. All content is presented front and center, making it easier to find what you're looking for or discover something new. Google has done a great job with the redesign of Google Play. If this is any indication of what Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie is going to look like, we are in store for something very sweet.