A new Google Play Services version has been released for devices that run on Android Nougat, Marshmallow, Lollipop and KitKat. You should know that the Google Play Services is an application that comes pre-installed on any devices that runs on Android OS.
It is very important to keep the Google Play Services updated on your device, because it provides core functionality such as authentication to the Google services, synchronized contacts, and access to the latest user privacy settings and many more. In addition, Google Play Services will speed up offline searches, as it will provide more immersive maps and improves the gaming experience.
It is very important to keep the Google Play Services updated, as the developers fix the found bugs, but also bring some new features and options that can be very useful.
Google Play Services 10.1.33: What’s New?
- A new functionality to existing applications;
- Ease the authentication to many Google Apps and Services;
- Improvements to the security;
- Updated in-app services and easier payment methods;
- Improved maps location searches, services and overall experience of all applications.
Google Play Services 10.1.33: How To Install On Your Android Device
The Google Play Services 10.1.33 APK (installation) file can be downloaded from the internet. After you download the APK file to your device, you will need to enable the “Unknown Sources” option that’s found in Settings->Security. Finally, use a file manager application to get to the location where you have saved the Google Play Services 10.1.33 and tap on it to start the installation process.
HINT: Before you download the APK file from a website, we suggest checking it out and making sure that it trustful, because you don’t want to get any viruses. Once you are sure that the website doesn’t contain harmful files, you can start downloading the APK file.