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The official store on Android OS is the Google Play Store and today we will talk about a new version of the application that has just been released. However, before we tell you more about the new version of the store, we should mention that there are a good amount brands from the smartphone industry that create smartphones running on Android OS. This is one of the main reasons why the Android OS is used by so many people all over the world.

Not many of them know that Google Play Store is a very important application on their devices and without it, things would be very hard. First of all, the Google Play Store is offering you applications, games, tools and many other things. This means that you don’t have to manually download the installation file to your device and, after that, to manually install it.

The Google Play Store is also making sure that the applications that you’ve installed through it will get updated as soon as a new version of them is released. However, the Google Play Store needs to be updated also and today we will teach you how you can do that.

Google Play Store version 7.1.16.I-all: How To Install On Your Android Device

The latest Google Play Store version is 7.1.16.I-all and it can now be installed on your Android device by following some simple steps. First of all, you will need to download the Google Play Store 7.1.16.I-all APK from the internet, but make sure that you download it from a trusted source. Once the download is complete, you will need to enable “Unknown Sources”, which can be found in Settings -> Security, as this option allows you to install APK files that have been downloaded from a third party source.

Finally, open a file manager, head to the location where you have saved the Google Play Store 7.1.16.I-all APK file and tap on it to start the installation process.