The newest version of Google Play Store is out and it has been checked out for new features. Since Google keeps updating their Play Store App, we don’t always expect to find UI changes or new features. But this time, the team behind TheAndroidSoul discovered some new content in the newest version of Google App Store, build number 8.3.41.
The latest update will get to all Android users that have Android 4.0.1 and above. But this will happen right after the previous one, build number 8.2.58, will get out. But if you don’t have the patience to wait for the latest build, you can download and install the APK file for Google Play Store. The APK file is free of malware and completely safe to install.
If you want to wait for the update to roll out and automatically update your app but you still want to know what’s new in Google Play Store, then check out the teardown below.
Apps Will Be Installed Quickly
From the XML file titled as ‘styles’ we see a code that might reduce the steps required to install apps.
Cook Books in the Store
You will be allowed to purchase some new books, this time cook books, or get some of them for free, and you can also rate them.
Another XML file showed that the newest APK version of Google Play Store will allow users to scroll faster. This way you can scroll to the very end of the app lists and see the ones that are less visited.
There is an XML file that has some information on floating action buttons and this means that the play store could let users perform more actions and make their browsing a lot more faster and productive,
If you want to see these feature by yourself, then by all means get the newest update and see what it can do for yourself. We’re waiting for your opinions on these new options.