Any Android user has interacted with the Google Play Store at least once, even if they didn’t download any additional content from the service. Now, Google Play Store 16.4.15 launched with improvements and bug fixes.
The Google Play Store is an essential feature of the Android ecosystem, allowing users to keep apps update and to download new content, among which we can count new games, apps, eBooks, movies and videos.
Those who used Android in the past may remember an app which was known under the name of Android Market. The marketplace app offered players the chance to enjoy new apps and games which were available for a small amount of money or for free.
In time Google decided to add other types of content to the service, and the app became crowded. The name was also confusing since there was no need to own an Android device to buy and use some types of content.
Google Play Store 16.4.15 Is Available To Download With Improvements And Bug Fixes
To improve the user experience, Google decided to revamp the app, and the Google Play Store was released as a replacement. The app came with a fresh redesign which allowed users to quickly access their desired content without the need to sort through unrelated stuff.
Users have the option to pay for premium content with the help of a debit or credit card by using Google gift cards or with PayPal. There is an option to pay with your carrier, and the cost will be added to the carrier bill.
It is rumored that Google is working on a Netflix-style subscription service which will grant access to premium games by paying a fixed sum each month. Some sources claim that a modified version of some free-to-play apps will be available and the paid features will be possible without the need to pay for them separately.
In the last days, a large number of users have mentioned that the anticipated Material Theme update is now available across a large selection of devices. The latest update, Google Play Store 16.4.15, comes with new improvements and bug fixes.
Daniel Kiss is the senior editor for News Lair. Daniel was working as a writer since he finished high-school, first for local papers then he started online, nowadays he likes to write about the latest games and tech innovations.