The Google Play Store has rolled out Instant Apps support to games as well, meaning anyone wanting to jump straight into a title can do so, again without having to download anything first.
This week sees the Google Play Store offering one of the biggest music albums in the world, Michael Jackson's Thriller, for nothing. Free. Gratis.
2015 is inching closer each day, and as this year draws to an end you will find the best of 'everything' of 2014 - be it apps, cars, cosmetics, movies etc. - on the Internet. As websites try and wrap up their best efforts of this year, Google is not going to wait for any acknowledgement as the search engine giant has released its own "Best Apps of 2014" list.
The process of getting a refund for an app purchased on the Play Store can be a rather arduous task, and even though Google has a 15-minute grace period in place for those who wish to get their money back, things can get a little trickier after that time has passed. Sure, contacting the developer sometimes works, but if the dev chooses to ignore your protests, you're pretty much on your own. Now, though, Google has stepped in somewhat, and if you are in pursuit of a refund for an app or game, check the steps involved below.
Google's Play Store app is an integral part of the entire Android infrastructure, and with this in mind, it's no wonder the updates are rolling through thick and fast. Just a week or so following the release of version 4.6.16, the Big G is rolling out Google Play Store 4.6.17, and as the version number states, the updates therein are relatively incremental. Details and download information can be found after the fold!
Google Play Store APK version 4.4.21 has been leaked, and is available to download for most Android devices right now. Read on for more details.
The latest Google Play Store app APK 4.2.9 is now available for download. This version of Play Store is extracted directly from Android 4.3 ROMs.
You can now download Google Play APK 4.2.3 for Android, which contains one or two intriguing alterations. The APK also sheds some light on the expected multiple user functionality of Android 4.3.
A new update to Google Play Store app APK for Android is now available for download, bringing the version number up to 4.1.6, and we have full download and installation details right after the jump.
An incremental point update has been made to the official Google Play Store app, bringing us up to version 4.0.26. It follows on from last week's altogether more significant release of Google Play Store 4.0.25 APK, which brought a bunch of new features including a Card UI. According to some users, there were bugs with that new interface as well as a couple of other niggling issues with the release, and thus here we are no less than a week later with this housekeeping update.