A new Google Play Store version has been released for Android smartphones and tablets. The Google Play Store has been updated to version 6.5.20 and it can be already installed on your Android handset.
The Google Play Store APK (installation) file has 15.36MB in size and it is compatible with any device that runs on Android 4.0 OS or later. The new Google Play Store version comes with usual bug fixes and performance improvements. Unfortunately, there are no new features in this update, as the developers have focused only on making the application run smoother and faster.
It is good to know that the Google Play Store 6.5.20 update will make its way to all Android devices soon enough. However, there are some users who don’t want to wait for the automatic update to kick in and, instead, they decide to manually install it on their devices.
The Google Play Store 6.5.20 APK (installation) file can be downloaded from the internet, but make sure that you download it from a trusted website or else you might end up with a malware on your Android device. Once you have saved the APK file to your Android device, you will need to enable the “Unknown Sources” option.
HINT: This option allows you to install APK files that have been downloaded from a third party source.
The “Unknown Sources” option can be enabled from your device’s Settings->Applications or Settings->Security (depends from an Android OS to another). After you enable this option, you will need to use a file manager to get to the location where you have saved the APK file and tap on it to start installing the latest Google Play Store version on your Android device.
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