Google is rolling out yet another minor update to its Google’s Play Store, and the latest firmware version comes with the build number as 9.1.30. Moreover, all the essential modifications as always are performed under the hood at mainframe code level, so these changes might start emerging to the surface once the stable version is out or will be toggled from the server side pretty soon if there are any. But presently, there are no new additions on the surface seen as of now. And the latest APK file weighs in at around 14.5 MB.
If you encounter an error prompting that the APK file can’t installed from Unknown sources. Then just enable the Unknown Sources option by going over into Settings > then Security and just scroll down and once you see the Unknown sources tap on it to approve the installation of the Google Play Store APK file from external sources.
You can expect all the regular bug fixes that were present earlier, along with that some performance enhancements and a better refined Google Play Protect engine, to make sure any unwanted malicious app doesn’t make its way to the Google Play Store.
So, as always if you haven’t received the update pop-up yet, just use the link given below and Download the APK file to install the latest Play Store update.