Google Play Store is the service that everyone who owns an Android powered smartphone uses in order to download apps and games. Not only that, but the Google Play Store is also used in order to automatically update both native and third-party apps which makes the service an important component of the Android operating system. With that said, no one should be shocked to find out that the Google Play Store is updated on a regular basis. In fact, a brand-new APK update has been released today.
Google Play Store 13.7.15 APK
As previously mentioned, the Android parent has released a new update for the Google Play Store today and it comes in the form of APK. For those who are out of the loop, APK is an acronym for “Android Package Kit” and this type of updates need to be manually downloaded and installed by interested users.
Even though having to manually install updates on your smartphone might be annoying, it’s all worth it in the end because all of Google’s new updates are packed with software tweaks and bug fixes. In addition, we are going to show everyone what they need to do in order to make their smartphones compatible with APK updates.
Since this is an “Android Package Kit” update we are talking about, the first requirement is to have a smartphone that runs on Google’s operating system. The second requirement is for Android users to head over to their smartphone’s Settings panel and then to enable the “Unknown Sources” option because, obviously, the APK is not released via the Google Play Store.
The last thing that we want to note about this latest 13.7.15 APK update for the Google Play Store is that it focuses on optimizing the software of the service. Therefore, the new APK will make the Google Play Store run smoother and faster.
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