One of the best things about using an Android powered device is the fact that you get first access to all of Google’s latest updates. The Android parent is renowned for constantly updating the most important features, apps, and services that its operating system has to offer. The Google Play Store is a vital component of the Android operating system and the reason why its making headlines today is because a brand-new APK update for it has just been released.
Google Play Store 13.7.5 APK
The latest update for the Google Play Store sports the 13.7.5 version number and it has been released today (February 22nd). What makes this update worth our attention is the fact that instead of focusing on introducing UI (user interface) changes or new features, the update is focused on optimizing the software of Android powered smartphones.
Considering that the Google Play Store is used by millions of Android fans all over the world, Google wants to make sure that the service doesn’t randomly crash and therefore it bundled the new 13.7.5 APK with a handful of bug fixes that enhance Google Play Store’s overall performance.
How to Install APK Updates
The new update is available in the form of APK. This means that Android fans who are eager to get their hands on all the new bug fixes and software tweaks that this latest APK brings will need to manually download and install the update on their smartphones.
Luckily, the only thing that Android fans need to do in order to make their smartphones compatible with APK updates is to enable the “Unknown Sources” option which can be found in the Settings panel of all Android powered smartphones. After doing this, Android users can simply head over to Google’s official APK website and then download the new APK.
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