Android fans who enjoy downloading new apps and games via the Google Play Store should be happy to know that the Android parent has recently released a new update for this service. The update arrived yesterday and it boosts the overall performances of the Google Play Store by introducing a handful of software tweaks. The update arrives in the form of APK and today we are going to present a short guide on how to install this type of updates.
Google Play Store 14.0.28 Update
The new update changes the build number of the Google Play Store to 14.0.28 and as previously mentioned, it is available in the form of APK. This acronym stands for “Android Package Kit” and as everyone can probably tell, it can only be installed on Android powered smartphones. However, there is a trick to making Android smartphones compatible with this type of updates.
The trick to making smartphones compatible with APK updates is to enable the “Unknown Sources” option which can be found in the Settings panel, under the Privacy option. Moreover, Android fans who want to access the latest software tweaks and bug fixes for the Google Play Store are required to manually download and install APK updates from Google’s APK website or any other reliable APK provider.
Considering the fact that the Google Play Store is the place where everyone goes to whenever they want to download a new app or game, the Android parent is always looking for new ways to improve the service’s performances and stability. Therefore, the new 14.0.28 APK update introduces a handful of software tweaks which boost the overall performances of the Google Play Store. While some Android fans might be disappointed to find out that the new update doesn’t come with any new and exciting features, they should know that software tweaks are equally important.
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.