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Google Play Store is a part of our mobile phones that we do not pay much attention to. But let me tell you that if you do not have it completely updated to the latest version there will be many games, applications and programs that will not work for you. Is for this reason that you have to be aware with Google Play Storee.

The Android app store is, in turn, one of the most important apps we can have on our Android devices, since it is possible to access the millions of creations of the thousands of developers around the world who give life to the store.

However, it is possible that, for some reason, you can’t access to the best and the last features of Play Store because you don’t have the latest version of Google Play available. Since the procedure to follow is not the same as when updating other applications, this time we will explain how to update Google Play step by step, so that you always have the latest news on your device.

Google Play Store: update to the latest available version

Before going into detail and see the process to follow to update Google Play, we must bear in mind that the store’s app depends on the services of Google Play or Google Play Services, and therefore it is very likely that the latest version of the store is installed automatically after you update the services.

How to know which version of Google Play Store you have installed

The first step before trying to update Google Play Store is to check which version is being used. This is important because, generally, Google performs various tests in the app of the store, and there may be times when some users can access new features and others do not, although in both cases the same version is used the app.

Consequently, you have to make sure that you have the latest version of Google Play Storeinstalled before to make any change. To check, although there are different ways, one of the simplest and fastest is to follow these steps:

  • Go to the System Settings.
  • Enter the Applications category.
  • In the list of all apps, search for Play Store and click on it.
  • Go to the end of the menu, where the version you have installed will appear. It is usually a type number 12.3.19

Although there is no official way to check if the version you have installed corresponds to the last one available, a good way to do it is by accessing a frequently updated repository like APKMirror. In the section of “All Versions”, you can check, according to the date, which are the latest available versions of the Play Store application, and if there is one more recent that you have on your mobile.

How can we update Google Play Store?

If you have already verified that your mobile phone does not have the latest version of Google Play Stores, and you want to be up to date, it is time to do so. To update Play Store to the latest version in Android, you can follow different procedures, which we will see in more detail below.

Force the update through Google Play Store

A Play Storee option that many are unaware of, is to check if there are new versions through the store’s own app. This option allows you to see the installed version, search for new updates and, if there are any, install them. To do so, you must follow these steps:

  • Open the Play Storee application.
  • From the drop-down menu on the left, go to “Settings”.
  • In the “Information” section, one of the sections is “Play Store Version”. Click on it

In this way, Google Play will check if there are new versions of the application, and in the positive case will install the most recent automatically, while if there are no newer versions that we already have, a warning will appear indicating that Google Play Store already it’s updated.

And if the Actualization does not work?

This procedure may not have worked, due to some internal error of the application or simply because the installation of Google Play Store s on your device is corrupt. This can happen if you have previously installed a version of Google Play Store not signed by Google, which now prevents the installation of a more recent official version. Luckily, it is an easy problem to solve.

  • Go to the System Settings.
  • Enter the Applications category.
  • In the list of all apps, search for Google Play Store and click on it.
  • Click on the “Storage” button and inside it, “Delete data” and “Clear cache”.

In this way, all settings related to Google Play will be removed from the device. Of course all the apps purchased and downloaded, and all the information related to our Google account will be kept, so that when you start the app it will be as if we had opened it for the first time, and when trying to force the update In the previous procedure it is possible that, now, a new version will be available.