Who doesn’t love amazing Android apps that make using our smartphones even more fun. There hardly are many pre-installed apps in a new phone that are enough to satisfy our daily needs. We do need to install many apps to add more features to our phones. And in many cases, most of us even install replacement apps for stock apps like Gallery, Contacts, Launcher, Music, etc. So it is clear that free Android apps are a need, and the Google Play Store makes sure we get what we need.
The Google Play Store is no less than a gigantic library of apps, music, movies, games, books, and so much more. The Play Store app for Android keeps getting better and better with the regular updates that Google keeps providing it at regular intervals. The app was just recently given an update, and Google has again rolled out a new update for the Play Store. The new Google Play Store 6.1.12 update has been released and is available to download for free. As you can notice, the version has been increased to 6.1.12 (80441200), and the complete APK file size has now become 14.48 MB (15,178,825 bytes). This update requires Android 2.3 and above.
Going by the official changelog, the new Play Store update does not really bring anything new apart from a new redeem icon and a couple of bug fixes. The issue of the loading spinner in My Apps freezing while loading has been fixed. Also, the total app size is now correctly shown for apps with extra data (.obb).
While you might not consider the update worth upgrading, you should know that such updates are meant for making the app more stable and smoother. So you should download this new Google Play Store 6.1.12 update right now.