Back to 2017, Google had inserted the 'Editors' Choice' section at Play Store to help users discover more on their own. In addition to adding Android lists, stories and app collections were added to the Play Store. Google is now promoting this content with notifications from Google Play Store.
In recent days, some users have received a Google Play Store notification, which advertised "the top five applications photo editing "along with a description of" Snap picture-perfect photos every time "and the" Learn more "button. When someone clicks on the alert, it immediately opens the Google Play story for the photo-editing applications. Note that this feature exists from March of 2018 with the Editor's Choice section that includes some new stories published in December.
The basic format of stories in the Play Store includes a graphics artwork and a description followed by a list of apps. Each card includes basic application details such as rating, downloads, and snapshots and videos. There is a list of "Why we love this" with a long paragraph available above the "More Info" and "Install" buttons. At the top of this page there is also the "You may also this" button for other applications.
For Google, the goal is to download more apps to users and to benefit developers at the same time by creating more and more new apps. In addition to the alert system, the story will also appear on the Play Store notifications screen. Here users will be able to erase the story and return to previous messages. This seems to be a recent addition to Google Play and was held because last week the app store asked users if they wanted additional features and new upgrades. In turn, Google has brought new features as it continually attempts to improve user experience!