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Google Play Store 7.8.32 Version Update Download Available with New Fixes


The Google Play Store app is one of the most important inbuilt apps that Android devices offer. In the Play Store, you can find all sorts of cool things to download, everything from games to music and books. Meaning that, even though your Android phone already comes with some apps out of the box courtesy of OS developer Google, you can expand upon that collection by simply entering the Play Store.

And the coolest thing about the Google Play Store app is that, once you log in with your Google account, it keeps track of everything you download and install on your phone. Therefore, if you lose your phone, or upgrade to a newer one, all your old apps will immediately begin to download once you allow it. Yay!

And Google knows just how important it is to keep the Play Store up and running smoothly all the time. This is why they constantly push out new updates for it, with both major and minor tweaks in them. The newest version of Google Play Store that is now available for APK download is the 7.8.32, and it’s compatible with all Android devices, such as smartphones, tablets and even TVs.

The latest downloadable update weighs in at a light 17.88 MB, so you don’t have to worry about freeing up any additional space. The update comes under build number 80783200, and it can be downloaded manually from an APK mirror. The update is bound to be sent out by Google soon as well, so it’s up to you whether you want to download it now or wait for it to be rolled out by the developer.

If you downloaded and installed the new version of the Play Store, let us know in the comment section below. We’d love to read your thoughts on it.