Google has updated the logo of the Google Play Store to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of its online store for Android apps, the company's blog post reads. Google Play was launched back in 2012.

The tech giant also revealed Google Play's statistics, noting that the service is used by more than 2.5 billion people in over 190 countries every month. Moreover, the platform offers content from more than 2 million developers who work with Google to grow their business and reach people around the world.

As for the new logo, it retains the shape of a triangle, but its corners are more rounded. The most visually noticeable changes are more vibrant and saturated shades of the traditional four-color scheme (green, yellow, blue, and red) that lack the previously used gradients. These subtle visual adjustments also complement the new Chrome logo, which the tech giant refreshed earlier this year.

Google Is Changing Chrome Logo for the First Time Since 2014
On February 4, Google Chrome designer Elvin Hu shared the news in a Twitter thread about the upcoming changes of the browser’s logo as well as the thought process that went into the recent redesign. This will be the first Chrome logo update in 8 years since 2014.

According to Google, the new logo "better reflects the magic of Google and matches the branding shared by many of our helpful products — Search, Assistant, Photos, Gmail and more."