Google is known for releasing minor updates for the Play Store app on Android almost every week with performance improvements and bug fixes. The tech giant has now released a new update for the Google Play Store, and as always the latest update comes with some bug fixes and minor performance improvements.
Not too long ago we saw that Google was pushing some user interface changes to the Play Store. A redefined materialistic design was spotted on Play Store version 14.5.52 along with support for Apex packages. The new interface will be slowly enabled on all devices, and the Google Play Store 14.6.56 version has been pushed quickly to fix all the bugs that were spotted on the previous version.
We’ll recommend you to download and install the latest version of the Play Store app right away. Now Google might release these Play Store updates very quickly, but when it comes to pushing these updates to every Android smartphone there is, it can take a lot of time. The rollout of these update is region wise, and it can take some weeks for you to get this update on your phone. To cut the wait we’ve added the direct download link for the Google Play Store v14.6.56 down below. The APK file comes from APK Mirror and has been thoroughly checked for malware and adware. You can install the APK file without any doubt.
Note – If you’re installing an APK file for the first time, you’ll need to enable the installation from Unknown Sources setting on your smartphone by going to Settings and then security. Also, the new user interface will be facilitated by Google automatically; you won’t have to download any extra.