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Besides the version for Android, the Google Play store app has another version for Android TV and this one is being updated less often, but when a new update is released, it comes with important changes. This time, the “Update All” button is back and the users have now the possibility to manually rearrange app icons on the default home screen, after the latter change was previously added.

The owners of an Android TV device who updated their Google Play Store app to version 6.0.2 have noticed that they can now hit the “Update all apps” button was brought back, so they no longer need to hit the update button for each application. This was a big inconvenience for the users, who were wasting a lot of time to update when updating each application from their Android TV device, individually, and Google has ended their “suffering”.

Over a month ago, Google has also overhauled the interface of the store, giving it a new look, but at that time, the “update all” button was still missing and the fans were worried that they’ll never see it again. Fortunately, the miracle has happened and now, if you go to My Apps section from the left side menu, you’ll see the Update all button in front of the Updates button from the first horizontal row. When you’ll press on the Update all button, all your applications will be updated.

There haven’t been noticed other changes in the 6.0.2 version, but we’re pretty sure that it contains usual bug fixes. In order to install it on your Android TV device, you can download the APK from trusted websites (Mirror).

Remember that recently, Android TV has received Twitch support, which has made happy a lot of gamers. Regarding the store, it’s not sure when the update will reach all users, but they can download the APK from the internet and manually install it on their Android TV devices.

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