Google Play Store started receiving a new update after the start of the new month. The latest version of the Google Play Store update is 31.5.17, which will gradually be available to consumers using Android OS-based smartphones.
Typically, the US tech giant delivers timely functional improvements to the world’s largest app market. As always, release notes are not available for the Google Play Store to build 31.5.17, however, an updated version was already released to select consumers late last month.
Obviously, the Google Play Store might be your native platform to get new third-party apps for your smartphone. So don’t take any more time and jump to the Play Store’s settings to check for the new version update to take the most out of it.
As part of its 10th anniversary, Google Play received a re-imagined logo, that was applied with the earlier application update. And recently, it is reported that the new logo is now showing in notifications as well, bringing a new feel to bored Android consumers.
Note: Google will deliver the new update to you shortly, however, it’s already uploaded on APKMirror.
The Google Play Store is expected to become more convenient with the arrival of the flagship Android 13 operating system. Meanwhile, the company is reportedly delaying the release of the official version of Android 13 to next month, the September 2022 patch note has revealed.
One UI 5 Beta
Samsung recently announced the Android 13-based One UI 5 beta testing program for Galaxy S22 series smartphone users in South Korea. Activity isn’t available to every consumer, however, so we anticipate widespread availability soon.