App stores are the best thing to have happened to the tech industry as they brought a plethora of apps that could put your phone to in numerous works. Google Play Store is one of the major contributors to this with its tens of millions of apps available for download across different platforms. The Play Store has now got a new update bringing its version to 7.7.09.N-all  [PR] 152306865. APK file for the same can be downloaded from several mirror sites including APKPolice.com and APKMirror.com.
Android being an open platform, allows the users to sideload the apps, even the crucial system apps like the Play Store itself. Most of the times the store app gets updated automatically with the user’s intervention. In some cases, the user would like to install the latest version immediately then you can download it in the form of an APK file.
As the version number suggests, the Google Play Store update is available for all the platforms, including smartphones, Android Wear devices, and Android TV devices. No further details have been provided about the features that will be coming with the latest 7.7.09.N-all  [PR] 152306865 update.
Google released the update targeting the Android 7.1 Nougat users and can run on devices with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and up. The app description notes that the Google Play Store APK supports displays with 240 dpi to 480 dpi and supports both Android Auto and Cardboard. The update weighs 17.4 MB and can be downloaded from the below mentioned link.
The latest Google Play Store 7.7.09.N-all  [PR] 152306865 was released a day back and can be downloaded here.