Many custom ROM appreciators use third-party app stores, but they have problems of their own. In case you don’t mind freaking out, a new update has just been released for Aurora Store that will make adapting to the new open source game store alternative more exciting. Long in development, the new update revamps the store’s user interface to make it easier to discover apps amidst a variety of other things.
The new major update is Aurora Store version 4, which is ultimately not available for download for all users. The most important change generated by the version 4 update is the new interface that, as expected, is inspired by the Google Play Store.
The new Aurora Store user interface makes it easy for users to find and discover new applications. This is possible with a floating search button instead of the previously fixed search bar. The revamped user interface adds more streamlined categories to the store, and the old Home, Updates, and Categories tabs in the store are now replaced with Apps, Games, and Updates.
In addition, the redesigned Aurora Store also allows users to choose between different installers and gets new dark themes with the option to choose an accent color. The new version should be available as an update if you have an older version installed, but if you don’t, you can Download it now.
Aurora Store is available for Android 5 and later. However, keep in mind that open source app stores run the risk of downloading malicious software with apps you get from there that can give hackers access to your device.