Basically, what is sought is to optimize the use of the store by users, so one of the things that will happen is that the applications that are optimized to be used on tablets and their larger screens will appear on the first page of the Play Store, so those who use them will be sure that their operation is the best possible. It seems that these developments will have a specific badge so that buyers know quickly what their optimization is (possibly, the same will happen for phones as well).
In this way, in addition, it seeks reward developers in some way who invest time and money adapting their creations for tablets. What’s more, it is possible that someone decides to redesign their products once the news is launched on November 21 (something that Google itself has announced will happen).
The truth is that this improvement, with some more in relation to the Play Store interface, is a good decision since it makes everything much more organized and, furthermore, that unpleasant surprises when installing an application – which is not adapted to be used on a tablet without this being known until it is run for the first time – stop happening.
With this move by Google in its Play Store it seems quite clear that this company is looking give tablets more personality and, thus, trying to promote these products in the market so that they are more competitive when it comes to offering software that allows them to get the most out of them.