Google is undoubtedly one of the most successful companies of the moment. They gave the world stuff like Android, Google Maps, a search engine that kickstarted it all, and much more.
One of their most popular products is the Android operating system.
It runs on millions of devices across the globe, and it is one of the most widespread mobile operating systems, being rivalled only by Apple’s iOS.
Google Play Store didn’t always use to have this name. Back in the days when Android was still a new concept to the world, the service was known as Android Market.
It was the place where you could download all the apps you wanted, albeit free or paid ones.
Over time, the name of Android Market got changed to Google Play Store, and, after several updates, the service became increasingly more attractive thanks to the addition of new content.
Nowadays, apart from games and regular apps, you can access music and books on Google Play Store.
It is very convenient as it provides a plethora of possibilities in an elegant package.
However, make no mistake, though it is the app you use to download other apps, it still requires constant updates due to the fact that, at its core, it’s an app like any other.
Google Play Store has just reached version 26.0.64. With each new update, the app gets increasingly better thanks to certain reliability fixes or even the addition of new content.
The app normally updates itself automatically, but there are some devices that require their users to install new updates manually. We highly suggest that you get the new update, as it is packed with stability fixes.