After a couple of bug fixes and performance updates, Google has finally released the latest version of Play Store with some UI changes. The most recent version of the Play Store that is version 8.2.56 comes with slight yet noticeable UI changes which we will take an in-depth look at. There are bug fixes and stability enhancements as well in this update. For the added convenience we have attached the link to the APK file of the latest version of Play Store down below.
There is also Play Store weekend deals are running where you can get a lot of Apps and Games for free. However, some apps are not free, but they are on discount. You can check the list of all available on sale and free apps on the Weekend sale page here.
We will recommend you to install the Google Play Service app as well to get the best user experience, as the new Play Services app is a lot smoother and feels less buggy compared to the last stable release. Also, older version of Play Services cause issue with the new version of Play Store and users get the force close error, So to avoid this error installing the Google Play Services latest version is always recommended.
Also, with Google updating its Play Store on a regular basis, suggests that there wasn’t something right with the previous versions. Thus, we think you should quickly jump onto the newest released version of the Google Play Store; to avoid any half-baked internal functions, which might have got fixed in this latest one.
The image is showing Google Play Store, Play Music, Play Games, Play Newsstand, Play MoviesAlso, we have provided the link for the latest version of the Google Play Services APK as well; the app has got some major updates recently when it comes to performance improvements.
We will recommend you to install the Google Play Service app as well to get the best user experience, as the new Play Services app is a lot smoother and feels less buggy compared to the last stable release.
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I never honestly noticed this update until I came across this article. Appreciate the heads up though.