The latest Google Play Store version is 5.10.30 and it comes with a new font in the search bar along with other features that are designed around the latest Android OS version (Android 6.0 Marshmallow), today we’re going to help you install the latest Google Play Store on your Android device.
Google Play Store 5.10.30: How To Install
The easiest way to install the latest Google Play Store is by downloading the APK file and manually installing it on your Android device, the APK file in Android acts like the .exe file on your Windows computer.
However, there are two ways to install the Google Play Store APK on your device: directly from your smartphone or via your computer.
Installing Google Play Store 5.10.30 – Smartphone method
First of all, you will need to install the “Unknown Sources” feature that allows you to install files that have been downloaded from third party sources. This feature is found in your device’s Settings->Security and can be enabled by checking the box in front of it.
After that, you will just need to use a file manager application and head to the place where you’ve saved the Google Play Store 5.10.30 APK file and tap on it to start the installation.
Installing Google Play Store 5.10.30 – Computer method
If you don’t have a Wi-Fi connection on your device, you can download the APK file to your computer, the process is quite similar and the only thing that will differ is that you will use the computer to download the APK file.
Once you download the APK file on your computer, you will need to copy it to your smartphone/tablet device. Connect the mobile device to your computer using an USB cable device, now, copy the Google Play Store 5.10.30 APK file on your smartphone/tablet and disconnect the mobile device from your computer.
Finally, enable the “Unknown Sources” feature, as we’ve told you above, and head to the location where you’ve saved the Google Play Store 5.10.30 APK file, tap on the APK file and you will see that the installation of the latest Google Play Store will start.