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Google Play Store Now Shows Different Screenshots for Tablets and Phones

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Google Play Store Now Shows Different Screenshots for Tablets and Phones

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Yesterday, Google added a possibility for developers to add tablet specific screenshots of their apps to the Google Play store. While this might sound like a minor update it actually has pretty strong implications to designers and developers. From now on users will be able to differentiate between apps that are designed to adapt to larger screens and apps that are not. In the long run this might have big effect to your app's download numbers.

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