Improvements to the Google Play Store – PC update/uninstall and more

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  • 29 Jun 2012
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  • Google I/O related announcements seem never-ending and we enjoy all the new features to come. We talked about the Google Play Store new version for Android. We now talk about the PC browser interface. Play Store Until now we enjoyed the possibility to install applications on our smartphones using the Google Play Store interface for PC. With the I/O event it has received a substantial improvement. Clicking the tab My Android Apps you can now uninstall and update existing applications without having to touch your smartphone. The method is very convenient, works well and does not require additional software updates. And that’s not all. Google Play Another major improvement announced during Google I/O refers to the method of updating the apps. So far, the updates required the full APK file to be downloaded and installed on the phone, even if it is a matter of a small improvement. Soon this will be changed. There will be no need for the whole package but only the additional changes to be downloaded to update the app. There are lots of advantages to this. The data usage will be optimized and updating will run way faster. The best part – developers are not required to do anything. Google will handle the entire procedure. We have no information yet about the exact date when the function will be implemented, however, it will happen very soon.

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