Google Play Store 12.5.15 Update Comes with New Improvements

Google Play Store is an Android user’s best friend. The virtual store holds the coolest and most useful apps that turn every smartphone into a multifunctional gadget. The best part is that here you can find improved versions of APKs as soon as they are released.

Furthermore, the Play Store itself is the subject to constant updates. This is a great chance for fixing issues that might interfere with the apps’ functionality. Every upgrade makes Google’s store a better provider for elements which facilitate communication and fun moments between people from different corners of the world.

Two new Google Play updates are ready for download on Android devices

Recently, Android users heard some exciting news. Two updates for the Play Store were released around a week ago. We are talking about versions 12.3.30 and 12.4.14. However, developers considered that this is not enough, because it looks like two more improvements are ready for download.

Firstly, Android users can go to the 12.4.30 and then escalate towards 12.5.15 version of Google Play. Most likely, the second update was released for fixing the issues discovered within the first attempt, so in case you are an Android user you should definitely download it as soon as possible.

On the other hand, not everybody might experience the same issues. If the newest version isn’t compatible with your system, download one of the other versions. You can choose from the following list:

  • Google Play Store 12.5.15 APK
  • Google Play Store 12.4.30 APK
  • Other versions that might work even on a newer OS

The updates are available for free and in the format of APK files. This means that the user has to install it manually. The process is not complicated; everybody can do it, but you can also find useful resources online.

Adam Steen

Adam Steen is the senior editor for News Lair. Adam has been working as a journalist for nearly a decade having published pieces in many print and digital publications including the The Santa Fe New Mexican and the Huffing Post. Adam is based in Las Cruces and covers issues affecting his city and state. When he’s not busy in the newsroom, Adam enjoys drone racing.

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