LATEST PLAY STORE TEST REPLACES STAR RATINGS WITH APP SIZES IN LISTINGS

Google has two apps that it most frequently performs server-side tests on: YouTube and the Play Store. The most recent test that's been spotted is on the latter, and it's an interesting one: the star ratings have been ditched for the app sizes: both useful metrics to see when you're installing an app.   left: old. right: new. For some reason, Google has decided to see what people would think about putting app sizes in p...

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