Google Play Store is the official store for Android devices, using it, you can download and install applications, games and tools. In addition, all the applications, games and tools that are added to the Google Play Store are tested, which means that you will never get a malware from anything you download from the official Android store.
On the other hand, if you download APK (installation) files from the internet, there are high chances that you will get a malware which can harm your device or might help the hacker to steal personal data from your device, such as credit card information, bank account information, phone numbers, email addresses and passwords and more.
In addition, the Google Play Store will alert you when an update is available for any installed application, game or tool.
The latest Google Play Store version is 6.0.0 (80430000) and it was released by the developers on November 14, 2015. The Google Play Store latest APK file has a size of 14.5MB and in order to install it on your mobile device, you will need to make sure that it runs on Android 2.3 or later. With other words, Google Play Store 6.0.0 will not run on an Android 2.2 OS or below.
The new Google Play Store version comes with better services when it comes to the search function, at the same time, the application has received a design overhaul and now it looks better than before. In addition, the latest version of the Android official store comes with bug fixes and it is now more stable than before.
Keep in mind that the Google Play Store 6.0.0 version is released in phases and it might take a while until you will finally have it installed on your device. However, if you don’t want to wait, you can download the APK file from the internet and manually install it on your Android device but make sure that the source from where you download it from has positive feedbacks.
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