Google is known for pushing out new updates for its Play Store app now and then. Google Play Store received two updates in the past week, and the focus of both the updates was to improve the stability and reliability of the Play Store. Google has now released yet another update for Play Store; the Play Store app has now been updated to version 14.4.20. The highlight of this update is that it boasts of faster app downloads, but we’ll get to it in a minute.
There were some reports recently stating that some users were facing issues of slow downloads on the Play Store app even though they had a high-speed internet connection. So it’s safe to say that this update has been released to fix that issue. The latest update also comes with other bug fixes and stability improvements like always so we’ll recommend you to install it right away. Running the newest version of the Play Store also means that you’re on the latest version of Play Protect, which is Google’s anti-malware system to make sure the apps that you download from Play Store are free from any malware.
Now we know that Google releases these updates region wise and it can be months sometimes before you get the latest update in your region, so to cut the wait we have linked Play Store v14.4.20 APK file down below. The APK file is the courtesy of APK Mirror which is the best you can get when it comes to downloading apps outside the Store. The APK file has been tested for malware and spyware so you can install it on your smartphone without any hesitation.
If you’re an installing an APK file for the first time on your phone, you’ll need to follow this. First, download the APK file on your phone, then you’ll need to enable the Installation from Unknown sources option on your smartphone. Just go to Settings > Security > and then toggle the option.