New Google Play Store Update Launched With Performance Improvements And Bug Fixes

In 1996, Nokia wrote history with the release of the Nokia 9000 Communicator, the first mobile phone with the ability to access the internet. Now, we have Android and iOS, and, on Android, there is the Google Play Store that gives users access to games and apps.

Back then, though, the futuristic feature was dismissed by many due to the lack of coverage and expensive access costs, but it marked the first step towards the development of modern smartphones. NTT DoCoMo released the first dedicated internet service for mobile devices in Japan in 1999.

As technology continued to advance, feature phones could harness more of the potential of the internet, especially after 3G became a wide-spread standard across the world. The need to innovate was pushed by the spread and popularity of smartphones, which rely on an active internet connection to perform a large number of tasks.

One of the critical parts of the Android OS is the Google Play Store, which performs a large number of tasks and is used by millions of people from all over the world. All of the features offered by the app require an active internet connection to be used.

New Google Play Store Update Launched With Performance Improvements And Bug Fixes

The primary role of the Google Play Store is to offer content that can be downloaded and enjoyed by people. Among the content, we can count an extensive selection of exciting video games, useful apps, exciting books, and others. In some countries, users have the option to pay to watch video content, including popular movies and TV series.

One of the essential features of the Play Store is represented by the fact that it allows users to update their apps without the need to reinstall them. This is quite handy, especially in the case of apps that require a large amount of data due to a variety of reasons.

Play Protect is a built-in security feature that scans the app installed on your device. If an app strangely features questionable code or works, it will be flagged, and users will be encouraged to remove it. The latest Google Play Store update, the 14.0.33 version, comes with new bug fixes and improvements.

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already published most of his work in a few books, he obviously talks about them in some of his pieces here.

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