Play Store: Google pushing the adoption of large screens in ratio 18:9 [Exclusive Guide]

6:09 pm March 31, 201712651

on the Play Store, few are still applications compatible with the ratio 18:9 screens and more. Google took advantage of out Galaxy S8 and LG G6 to push developers to update their applications. Would that be a sign that the future Google Pixel will also adopt a borderless design? Doubt is allowed.

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the new fashion of 2017 is obviously the borderless designs, allowing the phone to say goodbye to their borders to highlight their screens. But this new mode also pushes a new trend…

The appearance of the ratio 18:9eme on smartphone, of course. Recently, Samsung for introduced its new Galaxy S8 and S8 +, which offer both Infinity Display screens with a 18.5:9eme ratio very slender. But they are a problem.

Developers must adapt to the 18:9eme according to Google

the applications available on the Store are not necessarily compatible with these new ratios! As a result, display an application on one of the large screens of the Galaxy S8 or LG G6 would cause display bars, on the top and the bottom of the screen killing all their interest.

today ‘ today, Google for decided to push developers to take into account these new formats and ensure that their applications are compatible. For this, he for published several guidelines on her official website.

And so, since there are strong chances that the Galaxy S8 and LG G6 are just the first in a long line of phones highlighting this ratio.

The fact that Google is as quick to push the developers also gives us the clue… the manufacturer would have it planned a similar ratio for its future Google Pixel 2 ? If developers adopt from now these guidelines, the majority of applications would be ready for the end of the year, when they will be presented… There is no smoke without fire.