There are lots of important things that make native Android apps and services better than third-party software, but one of the main reasons is the rate at which they receive software updates. Google is renowned throughout the world for how many updates it releases and therefore, no one should be surprised that the Google Play Store which is a vital component of the Android ecosystem has just been updated.
Google is always improving the performances of the Google Play Store and we advise all Android fans to try and get their hands on all new updates ASAP (as soon as possible). On the other hand, we need to note that all of Google’s newest updates are available in the form of APK, but more on that later. Now, let’s check out the latest 13.5.8 update for the Google Play Store.
Google Play Store 13.5.8 APK
Since the Google Play Store is such an important feature of the premium Android user experience, Google is making sure that everything is running without issues by constantly releasing APK updates. These updates don’t introduce any features and they focus on bug fixes and software improvements tweaks instead.
The latest update for the Google Play Store sports the 13.5.8 build number and, as previously mentioned, it can be downloaded only in the form of APK. This is an acronym for “Android Package Kit” and all Android users are required to manually download and install the 13.5.8 update from Google’s official APK website.
Bug Fixes and Software Tweaks
With that said, all Android fans who enjoy using the Google Play Store should make sure to install the new APK right now. However, if there are any Android fans who don’t like the idea of having to manually download and install updates on their smartphones, then they should be happy to know that Google is eventually going to roll out the update OTA (over the air).
Carrie Ryley was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale. As a journalist Carmen has contributed to NPR News Blog, Outdoor Magazine and many other publications. In regards to academics, Carrie earned a degree in business degree from A&N and earned her master’s degree at University of Florida. Carrie covers local news and culture stories here at Miami Morning Star.