Google officially announced the new design of the Chrome Web Store application store and announced the implementation of the strategy of “the second round of accelerating the release of new versions of Chrome”.
It is found that the new Chrome Web Store design is more modern, with sharp rounded corners and wide spacing. These include the new “Explore” homepage, extensions, and theme backgrounds. There are also three modules under each module, making it easier for users to find new themes and extensions.
▲ New version of Chrome Web Store design
▲ Old version of Chrome Web Store design, image source Google
However, Google did not disclose when the newly designed interface will be adopted by default. It is expected to be tested for one to two months and then officially launched.
In terms of “release” speed, starting from Chrome 119, the Chrome team will shorten the version release interval again. This change is based on the “successful basis” of the first round of time-shortening plan launched in April. The development team’s goal is still It is “shortening the time to launch new versions”.
▲Image source Chrome Blog
Starting with Chrome 119 in October, the time between code branch and beta will be shortened by one week, so both “early stable” and “stable” releases will be released about a week earlier, and versions after Chrome 119 will also be released. Released earlier than currently expected.