Google’s Android operating system is renowned for making it possible for users to download millions of apps and games that they can use in order to make their lives easier. We are talking about apps such as Google Maps which provide users with the fastest navigation routes through crowded cities and AirBnB that make it possible for users to find affordable apartments to rent. However, this all wouldn’t be possible without help from the Google Play Store.
When it comes to the Google Play Store, everyone knows that this is the place where all Android fans go to whenever they want to download any app or fun mobile game. Therefore, the Google Play Store is one of the most important components in the Android operating system and Google is making sure that the app library is always offering the fastest performances by constantly releasing new updates.
Google Play Store 14.7.50 Update
As previously noted, the Google Play Store is getting updated on a regular basis. The latest update for the app library sports the 14.7.50 version number and it was released a couple of days ago. Therefore, we are advising all Android fans to keep their smartphones connected to a stable Wi-Fi network and to download the new update as soon as it pops up in their notification panel.
If there are any Android fans who don’t like waiting around for updates to arrive via OTA (over the air) channels to their smartphones, then they should be pleased to know there is a workaround that makes it possible for them to manually download and install the new update.
The workaround implies downloading the latest update in the form of APK from a reliable APK provider and then manually installing it on the smartphone. The trick here is to enable the “Unknown Sources” option before.
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