Think of Google Play Store as the center of Android; without the Play Store, the entire operating system presented by Google would have been buried in the ground. The Google Play Store houses a ton of applications, so it’s imperative that the platform stays updated in order to protect uninitiated users from what they are downloading. If those apps are malicious or worse, then timely updates of the Google Play Store helps to keep such unwanted material away from the platform.
Now, the latest update will bring forth of series of improvements, and if you didn’t know this before, the new algorithm has been designed to help reduce the size of app updates by 60 percent. For example, when the update process commences, you might have noticed that the entire app doesn’t get updated, in order to save precious amounts of bandwidth. To be fair, majority of smartphones and tablets flooding the market that are running Google’s mobile platform do not possess an abundant amount of storage that they can afford to store tons of updates in the flash memory.
Before long, that memory is going to be used up, leaving nothing for users to store in their handsets. Thanks to the new update, it shrinks the size of apps itself. For example, a smaller app update that possesses a size of 15MB has now been reduced to just 4MB. Most of the time, you will find that your mobile data also starts to download these updates and this ultimately wrecks the entire bandwidth, not to mention you have to end up paying the costs as well, so kudos to Google and its impressive lineup of talented developers.
As for the 6.8.44.F-all  3087104 update, the size is 16.34MB, which will easily be able to get installed on your Android smartphone. The update is available on APKPolice.com or APKMirror.com. If you want to download and install a more recent version of the update, then you can scroll down and find the available links provided as well.