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A good amount of mobile devices out there come pre-installed with Android and one of the built-in applications is the Google Play Store, which is the official store on Android OS. However, there are other Android devices that don’t have the application pre-installed and users must download it from the internet.

Using Google Play Store, you will be able to install and update games and applications on your Android device with ease. At the same time, you should know that you will also need to keep your Google Play Store updated. Today we will talk about the latest Google Play Store version and how to install it on your Android device.

First of all, you should know that the latest Google Play Store version is 6.8.44.F-all [0] 3087104 and it can be downloaded from the internet. The latest Google Play Store version comes with a few improvements along with a new algorithm that will minimize the app’s sizes updates by almost 60%. Currently, after you install an application, there are high chances that you will notice that the application is not updated, which means that you will have to download again the newest version, which means that you will waste your time and mobile data.

However, before you download the APK (installation) file from a website, you should make sure that it is a trusted website or you might end up with a malware on your mobile device. After you download the Google Play Store version v6.8.44.F-all [0] 3087104 APK file to your Android device, you will need to enable the “Unknown Sources” option that’s found on your device’s Settings->Security. After enabling this option, you will just need to go to the location, where you have saved the APK file and tap on it to start the installation process.