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As most of you already know, Google Play Store is actually the official store on devices that run on Android OS. In other words, this is one of the most used applications on any Android device, as is houses millions of applications, movies, games and tools that you will most likely want to have installed on your handset.

We remind you that the devices that run on Android OS come pre-installed with applications and the Google Play Store is usually one of them. Actually, this official store will make sure that all the games, applications and tools that you download from it don’t contain malware or viruses.

And since Google Play Store is a very important application on your Android device, you’ve probably already figured out that it needs to be updated frequently. Today we will talk about the latest Google Play Store version that can now be downloaded and installed on your Android device.

You should know that the latest Google Play Store version doesn’t come with any new features and options, but it seems that the developers have fixed some bugs and issues that they’ve discovered.

Google Play Store 7.3.07.K-all: How To Install On Your Android Device

If you want to manually download and install the latest Google Play Store version on your Android handset, then you should firstly enable the “Unknown Sources” option that’s found in your device’s Settings->Security. After that, you will have to download the Google Play Store 7.3.07.K-all APK file from the internet, but make sure that the website you’re about to download it from it is trusted or else you might end up with a virus in your mobile device.

Once the download is complete, you will have to use a file manager application to get to the location where you’ve saved the APK file and tap on it to start the installation process of the latest Google Play Store version.

Once the installation is complete, use your Google account to login and start using the new version of the official Android store.