Google Play Store is practically the reason why Android is the king of smartphone OS’. Android is known for the tonnes of apps that are available for the OS, and at the centre of it all sits the Google Play Store that houses millions of apps.
The Play Store offers awesome free and paid apps and notifies you of app updates whenever they are available. And the best part is that you don’t have to worry about security, as every app that goes into the Play Store is checked for malware.
The Google Play Store has received a new update today, which brings a new version number 6.2.10. The new Google Play Store 6.2.10 APK download file weighs 14.33 MB and runs on Android 2.3 and above.
As for the changes, you will notice that the Play Store Settings has got a new option called ‘Use itineraries from Gmail’. If you enable this option, it will recommend you apps on the basis of itineraries found in your Gmail account. So if you are travelling to a foreign country and have the tickets or itineraries in your Gmail, the Play Store will recommend you travel, language, and translation apps.
Apart from that, there are a couple of UI tweaks here and there that are too small to be noticed. Anyway, the update is worth downloading if you use the Play Store a lot. You can download Google Play Store 6.2.10 APK free from our Android app downloads section.