Everyone who has ever used an Android powered smartphone knows that the biggest benefit of using Google’s operating system is getting access to the millions of apps and games that are featured on the Google Play Store. According to multiple reports, there are more than two million apps and games available on the Google Play Store and this why no one should be shocked to find out that the Android parent is updating this service every couple of days.
One of the things that separate Google’s operating system from its competition is the steady stream of updates that the Android parent rolls out for its most important services, Google Play Store included. The Android parent has made it its primary mission to deliver a premium mobile user experience and with that said, a brand-new beta update for the Google Play Store has just arrived.
Google Play Store 16.7.94 Beta
Android fans should be happy to know that a brand-new update for the Google Play Store has arrived today. The update sports the 16.7.94 version number and it can currently be installed only by beta testers. Luckily, becoming a beta tester for Android is really simple and everyone can do it in just a couple of minutes just by enrolling in the Android Beta Program.
The reason why Android smartphone users might want to enroll in the Beta Program is because every new update that Google releases introduces software tweaks and bug fixes. Even though bug fixes might not be as exciting as new features, they are equally important.
Bug fixes are making sure that Google’s Android operating system doesn’t crash and this is why we are advising all Android fans who are enrolled in the Beta Program to download the new update as soon as possible.
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.