If there is one thing that we all know and love about Google, then it has to be the fact that Google is always improving its native Android apps and services with new updates. Even though most Android users might not care that much about getting their hands on the latest updates from Google, they are actually a high priority for everyone because these updates are more than often packed with important software tweaks and bug fixes, just like the latest APK update for the Google Play Store.
Google Play Store 13.5.56 APK
Android fans should be happy to know that Google has just released a new update for the Google Play Store. The new update sports the 13.5.56 build number and it can be downloaded in the form of APK. For those who are unfamiliar with APK updates, then all that they need to know about them is that unlike normal updates, they need to be manually downloaded and installed by users.
How to Install APK Updates
We know that having to manually download and install updates is not the ideal way of getting updates, but it’s the fastest. Google will eventually roll out the new Google Play Store 13.5.56 APK OTA (over the air), but this is going to take at least one or two weeks before it happens. Therefore, we advise all Android fans who enjoy using the Google Play Store to make sure to get their hands on the new 13.5.56 APK.
The first thing that Android fans need to do before installing an APK update is to make their smartphones compatible with them by heading over to the “Settings” panel and then enabling the “Unknown Sources” option. After this is done, all that is left to do is to head over to Google’s official APK website and download the latest version of Google Play Store on the smartphone.
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