One of the things that separate Google from all other software companies is the fact that Google puts a high price on the user experience that all its apps and services offer, including the Android operating system. This is why Google’s most valuable apps are updated nearly every day and the latest one to receive improvements is none other than Google Play Games. The latter is a highly popular app that has been designed to make it easier for mobile gamers to socialize with each other and to interact with their favorite games.
Google Play Games 2019.05.10327 Update
If you enjoy using Google Play Games in order to access your favorite mobile games, scoreboards, talk with friends and much more, then we have some amazing news to share with you. The Android parent has released a new update for Google Play Games which sports the 2019.05.10372 build number and all Android fans can download it right now. To top it all off, the new update is being rolled out via official OTA (over the air) channels which means that it will automatically pop up in the notifications panel of all Google Play Games fans.
Google Play Games fans should be pleased to find out that the new update that Google has just released comes with lots of software improvements and more importantly, it brings “a bit of visual polish on the detail pages of your games,” according to the developers.
Since we are talking about Google Play Games, let’s go ahead and check out which are the key features that this Android app has to offer.
- Gamer profile: Create your custom Gamer ID, earn XP, and level up as you master games across Google Play.
- Achievements & leaderboards: Complete challenges, earn awards, and track them all right from the app. Then, see how you stack up against other players.
- Built-in Google games: Play PAC-MAN, Solitaire, Snake, and Cricket — even when offline
- Arcade: Find something fun in our New, Trending, and Editors’ Choice collections.
Ernestina Saenz Salcido is a reporter for News Lair. She mostly writes on her free time about gadgets and tech news. When she’s not working she takes care of her 2 daughters.