Play Store Wishlists are Going to be Available Starting Today

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  • 18 Oct 2012
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  • As we’ve informed you a few days ago, Google has launched a new version of the Play Store for Android (3.9.16) that brings a lot of features. Google has included app icons for updates, expandable notifications for when you have a number of app updates available, the ability to remove apps from the “All” list of apps you have or had previously installed and now you are no longer taken to the top of the list when searching an app.


    It seems that the aforementioned improvements are not the only ones for the new version of the Play Store. Android Police reports that a wishlist  is being rolled out through account activation to devices. Once it gets enabled, you will be able to add apps that you wist to review or purchase later, to your personal list. The wishlist can be accessed by hitting the My Wishlist button in the three dot menu. You will be able to add and remove apps from your wishlist using the new dedicated button in the upper bar. Enjoy!

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