The new Google Play Store version 5.9.11 is now available for download and it can be installed on your Android device right away. It comes with some important new features which are essential for the Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Google Play Store 5.9.11: What’s New?
One of the first things that you will notice once you install the Google Play Store is the new pop-up window which allows you to know about the granular application permissions for the applications that are compatible with Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
According to Android Police, the fingerprint support has been added, as well as an Uninstall Manager, some new visuals when refunding applications and location-based recommendations.
How To Install The Google Play Store 5.9.11 APK On Your Android Device
It is quite easy to install an APK file on an Android device and today we’re going to teach you how to do that. First of all, you will need to enable an option which allows you to install APK files that you’ve downloaded from a third party source.
This option is called “Unknown Sources” and depending on the Android OS version that your device is running, you will find it in either Settings->Security or Settings->Applications. To enable this option, just make sure that the box that’s located in the left side of it is checked.
Now that you have the “Unknown Sources” option enabled, you will need to manually download the Google Play Store 5.9.11 APK file from the internet. There are already a lot of websites hosting it, but we suggest you to check twice the website you’re downloading the installation file from, as there are a lot of scammers out there who are trying to install malware on your mobile device.
Finally, head to the location where you’ve saved the Google Play Store 5.9.11 APK file and tap on it to start the installation process. Once the installation is complete, you will be able to use the latest Google Play Store version on your Android device!