The Google Play store is about to get an upgrade, Reuters reported Thursday.
Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is looking to address various concerns developers have about the app store, including how not to get lost in the sheer number of apps.
Improvements could include using artificial intelligence to boost the effectiveness of recommendations, supporting other types of payment platforms, as well as embracing new platforms like virtual reality, wearable devices and even Chromebooks. Google did not immediately respond to our request for comment as to other changes the store might see, or when those changes could take place. What won’t change, is games being the Google Play Store’s chief focus, Sameer Samat, vice president of product management for Android and Google Play told Reuters.