Google Play Store is the place where everyone goes to whenever they want to download a new app or game which makes the Google Play Store one of the top priorities of the Android parent when it comes to software updates. The reason behind this is that Google wants to make sure that the Google Play Store is always running at peak performance levels and what better way to do this other than to constantly improve the app library with software tweaks and bug fixes.
Google Play Store is making headlines today because the Android parent has just released a new update for it. This is a maintenance update which means that instead of introducing any new features or visual changes, it focuses on introducing under the hood software tweaks. In fact, let’s go over everything there is to know about the new update.
New 15.1.23 Update
First off, the latest update for the Google Play Store sports the 15.1.23 version number. The update is being rolled out via OTA (over the air) channels and we are advising all Android users to download it as soon as possible because it comes with a handful of high priority bug fixes that make sure that the app library doesn’t crash or lag.
We should note that the update is also available in the form of APK which means that eager Android fans can manually download the update and avoid having to wait for the update to arrive via OTA (over the air) channels.
However, installing APK updates is a little bit more complicated because Android fans will need to make sure that their smartphones are eligible for them. This can be done by enabling the “Unknown Sources” option which can be found in the Settings panel.
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