Google Play Store is definitely one of the most important applications on your Android device. This application is actually the official store on Android devices, which contains applications, games, books and more. At the same time, the Google Play Store makes sure that the applications and games you have installed (via Google Play Store) will be updated as soon as a new patch is released.
However, keep in mind that the Google Play Store will notify you when new updates are available, but it will start updating them automatically when the device will be connected to a Wi-Fi network, making sure that it doesn’t waste your mobile data.
The latest Google Play Store version is 6.4.20 and has just been released for Android devices. This new update doesn’t come with new features or visual changes, which means that the developers just fixed some bugs and improved the application’s stability.
The Google Play Store 6.4.20 can be installed on your Android device manually and below we’re going to teach you how you can do it.
Google Play Store 6.4.20: How To Install On Your Android Device
First of all, you will need to download the Google Play Store 6.4.20 APK (installation) file from the internet. However, make sure that you do download it from a safe website, as there are many “scam” websites, which are hosting malware files.
Once you have the APK file in your Android device, enable the “Unknown Sources” option from your device’s Settings > Applications or Settings > Security. This option will allow you to install APK files that have been downloaded from third party sources. Finally, go to the location (folder) where you have saved the APK file and tap on it to start installing the latest Google Play Store version on your Android device.