Google Play Store News & Update: Android App Store Now Lets You Queue Downloads

Joe BacaronSep 25, 2016 11:04 AM EDT
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Android users can now download Google Play Store 7.0.12 for free, according to the latest news coming from Google.

According to reports, the update will have to be done manually although it's very easy to do for Android users. Reportedly, they will just have to download the Google Play Store APK and choose the corresponding version and just install it.

Nevertheless, the 7.0.12 version will not work on all phones. Your smart phone needs to be running Android 4.0 or later.

In related news, you can now queue your downloads in the Google Play Store through the new feature introduced in Android, said UberGizmo. This is quite convenient especially when you go through your tasks for the day and you might forget what apps you needed to download.

You can just queue the apps and just resume downloading when you are online. You just need to go to the Google Play Store and line up the app. However, this feature is still in its beta phase so be careful about utilizing the program.

Google Play Store is the default app store for most Android users where they can search for apps, games, books, music, comics and just about everything else. It's also a platform for third-party developers to sell their apps or offer their creations for free.

However, it's important that people are careful to download only from verified sources even if they come from Google Play Store. There have been a lot of news about malware being integrated into seemingly harmless apps and games.

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