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.
The updates to the official Google Play app have been arriving thick and fast over the last couple of weeks. Google Play Store 4.0.25 APK brought a substantially revamped user interface when released earlier on in the month, and that was quickly followed by last week's arrival of Google Play Store 4.0.26 APK, which offered a bunch of bug fixes and performance enhancements. Today, the APK of Google Play Store v4.0.27 has appeared, and as with the last week's version, it's mainly a housekeeping update.
The Google Play Store app for Android has just been updated, and features a brighter, card-based interface from which users can more easily source new content. For a long time, the Play Store has presented Droidsters with a decidedly dark look, but the lighter aesthetic really helps accentuate the card-based theme, and the official rollout is now underway.
It has now been a year since the old Android Market was rebranded as the much more all-encompassing Google Play Store, and to commemorate the occasion, the Big G is running a whole week of deals for its users.
2013 seems to be a year of high-end Android smartphones with rather-insanely-large screens. The trend started with Samsung’s Galaxy Note series last year (if you don’t want to consider Dell Streak, that is), and a lot of manufacturers seem to have caught up on the idea. Considering that Note II is a very popular phablet, we’ve then seen HTC Droid DNA enter the arena, and even Chinese manufacturers like Oppo, with their Find 5, seem to be jumping the bandwagon.
Despite having been around for considerably less time than the App Store, Google Play has grown to house almost as many apps as its Cupertino rival. With 2012's conclusion nigh, the Big G has released a list pertaining its favorite apps and games released this year in two separate lists. "Games We Love" focuses on those addictive, exciting, and thought-provoking releases this year, while "App Focus" gives an insight into the rich, diverse quantity of apps available.
Although Google and Apple's respective online app stores make it easy for smartphone and tablet users to find exciting games, tricky puzzles, and productive task-managers, country restrictions can be of extreme annoyance.
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