Google Play Store is without any doubts one of the most important applications installed on an Android device. The Google Play Store is the official Android store, which means that from there, you will be able to download and install applications, games, music and books, without having to worry about malware or any viruses. Whenever a new application/game is added to the Google Play Store it is checked by developers in order to make sure that it is malware-free.
It is good to know that the Google Play Store application comes pre-installed on all Android devices, which means that you will be able to able to download and install your favorite applications and games without any problems. However, just like any other application, the Google Play Store needs to be regularly updated and the developers from Google are releasing new updates of the official Android store frequently.
The latest version of Google Play Store is 6.7.12 and it was released a week ago. Even if the new version doesn’t come with visual changes or new features, it already has over 1 million downloads. However, we suggest you to install it on your Android device, because it comes with performance improvements, stability and bug fixes.
If you don’t have yet the Google Play Store 6.7.12 installed on your Android device, we suggest you to install it right away. First of all, you will need to download the Google Play Store 6.7.12 APK file (16.09MB) from the internet (make sure that the website is legit and it doesn’t contain malware) to your Android device. After that, you will need to enable the “Unknown Sources” option from your device’s Settings->Applications or Settings->Security. Finally, you will need to use a file manager application to get to the location where you have saved the APK file and tap on it to start installing the latest Google Play Store on your Android device.