App Store / Google Play Logo


App Store / Google Play logo
App Store / Google Play logo

About App Store / Google Play Logo

The image displays two rectangular badges side by side, each representing a platform where applications can be downloaded.

On the left is the App Store badge, which has a black background. In the upper left corner, there is a white Apple logo. To the right of this logo, in white text, it says "Available on the" followed by another line of text reading "App Store" in a slightly larger and bolder font.

The badge on the right is for Google Play and also has a black background. At the top left, there is a vibrant, multicolored play symbol consisting of a right-pointing triangle made from overlapping blue, green, yellow, and red shapes. Below this symbol, in white capital letters, it says "GET IT ON," followed by "Google Play" on the next line, with "Google Play" in a larger and bolder white font.

Both badges have rounded corners and are presented side by side, commonly used to indicate availability of apps for iOS and Android platforms respectively.

The App Store / Google Play logo is a technology logo made up of around 5 different colors.

The App Store / Google Play logo contains a number of different shapes, including 10 squares, 1 rectangle, 18 stars and 58 circles.

We have pulled the following text out of the logo: I MHMNQ OH M AW S OFG GET IT ON GOOQIC PIW.

The App Store / Google Play logo is made up of a bunch of different colors. These colors include aqua, silver, black, red and yellow. Beyond those 5 basic colors there are also 5 more specific colors found, these include sky blue, soft green, black, light red and sunflower yellow.

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App Store / Google Play Logo Information and History

The App Store / Google Play logo has undergone a number of changes since it first debuted. The Google Play logo has become much more similar to the brand identity of Google's other applications, such as its books, music, and games. The most notable change is the addition of a new color to the logo, a warmer gray, to go along with the green grass. The gray color was introduced to contrast with the warm green grass, which is still the largest element of the design. A distinctive typeface was also used to write the word "Android" - it was based on the horseshoe shape.

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While the App Store / Google Play logo looks similar, there are a few key differences. Unlike Google Play, Apple's icons are made up of a higher resolution and are not intended to replace the launcher icon. Instead, developers should use a higher fidelity icon. The icon should be compatible with the XML standards for app icons and be consistent with Google Play's icon design guidelines. Also, the App Store and Google Play logos share the same color palette.

Basic Colors

We've taken a look at the image and pulled out some colors that are common across lots of logos. The colors below aren't the exact colors found in the image, but approximations to common colors.


Advanced Colors

We've extracted the below 'advanced colors' from the logo. These should be much closer to the actual colors found in the logo. Our extractor tries to only take the main colors of the image and tries to ignore shading on anti-aliasing or shadows. This generally leads to better results, but in some circumstances you might find a few unusual colors being pulled from the logo.

Sky blue
Soft green
Light red
Sunflower yellow

Hex Colors

The below are the hex colors that are found in the logo. You can assume that these are the actual colors used in the logo. Our color extraction tool that takes the colors from the logo tries to ignore anti-aliasing and shadows, so you may sometimes find a slightly odd result, but this is rare. These colors should be very similar to the Advanced Colors, but you'll notice subtle differences. If you're interested in the exact color then use the hex, but if you're trying to describe the logo then use the Advanced Color or the Basic Color above.