The Android parent has released a brand-new update for the Google Play Store yesterday and it sports the 13.5.56 version number. This is an APK (android package kit) update which means that Google is not rolling it out OTA (over the air) right now. Google is going to take at least one week before it releases this update to the general public and only tech-savvy Android fans can get their hands on it. This is where we come in because today we want to present Android fans with a short guide that will teach them how to install all of Google’s latest updates.
Android Package Kit Updates
First off, we need to mention that all Android app developers release their latest update for games and apps in the form of APK. Therefore, learning how to install APKs is a useful skill that will make it possible for everyone to download every new update and get access to cool features or important bug fixes. Without any further ado, let’s get into it.
How to Install Google Play Store 13.5.56 APK
Obviously, the first thing that the new update from Google requires is an Android powered smartphone. This can also be seen in the title of APK updates since this is an acronym that stands for “Android Package Kit”. Secondly, all Android fans are required to head over to their Settings panel and then enable the “Unknown Sources” option. This option is required because APK updates are not released via the Google Play Store.
After enabling the “Unknown Sources” option, Android fans need to find a reliable APK website and then download the latest APK version of Google Play Store which currently sports the 13.5.56 build number. All that is left now is to double tap on the recently downloaded APK and then wait for the installation process to be complete.
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