Download the latest Google Play APK from this page.
Google keeps releasing a new version of the Play Store APK every now and then. These days we’re seeing the search engine giant bring updates of the Play Store app faster than ever.
We’ve provided a list of latest versions of the Google Play app, along with a link their APK files so that you could download them right away. Once you have the APK downloaded, install it easily using any file manager app. Simply clicking on the downloaded file would begin the installation, but you may have to enable the ‘Unknown sources’ installation in the Settings first.
In the recent updates, Google has introduced a lot of new features. We’re liking the new card widget at the top of the search results which lets you install the app directly from there. Google has experimented with the screenshots appearance in that widget too, but it looks settled now that you won’t get to see screenshots there, which is a better decision in our books.
Google has announced the Google Play Instant feature now, that lets you play apps and games without even installing them on your device.
In case you spot a new feature in Google Play, sure tell us via the comments section below, or through our contact us page at the bottom.
Download Google Play APK
|Date||Play Store Version||APK Download Link|
|21 March 2018||9.3.14||Download|
|21 March 2018||9.2.32||Download|
|14 March 2018||9.2.11||Download|
|14 March 2018||9.1.30||Download|
|07 March 2018||9.1.24||Download|
|02 March 2018||9.1.23||Download|
|27 February 2018||9.0.15||Download|
|24 February 2018||8.9.30||Download|
|10 February 2018||8.9.24||Download|
|08 February 2018||8.9.23||Download|
|07 February 2018||8.8.12||Download|
|27 January 2018||8.7.50||Download|
|17 January 2018||8.7.10||Download|
|12 January 2018||8.7.09||Download|
|12 January 2018||8.6.25||Download|
|05 January 2018||8.6.22||Download|
|05 January 2018||8.5.46||Download|
|22 November 2018||8.4.40||Download|
|02 November 2018||8.3.75||Download|
If you need help installing Google Play APK file, look at our guide on how to install Android APK files.
Do let us know if you need any help with Play Store app.
Latest features in Play Store
Update [March 21, 2018]: Google has released a new epic feature on the Play Store now. Dubbed as Google Play Instant, you can now try the compatible apps and games without having to first download them. You can check for the new Games available under the ‘Google Play Instant’ under the Arcade section of the Play Games app. Check it out in the video below.
Update [March 14, 2018]: New navigation bar is now appearing at the top of Play Store’s homepage, just under the sections bar. It gives you options like Top Charts, Categories, Editor’s choice, Early Access, and Family, so that you could check out apps under those directly from the homepage. Also, in the slide-in navigation menu, options like My apps & games, My notifications, and Subscriptions, are more streamlined and appear just below the profile area. There is no particular version that gets you these changes, but installing the one among the latest versions above should help.
Update [February 22, 2018]: We spotted a new feature in the Play Store search page earlier today, wherein the results of the search are in the form of cards with ‘more info’ and ‘install’ buttons. We usually see this kind of widget only for the first result in the search, for the app or game where Google’s AI thinks that’s the one we ware looking for so that we can download the app right there without having to open the listing.
Looks like this feature was much appreciated by users — and why not? — and thus Google is looking to expand it to more listings. We discovered this feature on a Google Play Store v8.8.12 BTW, while the latest version at the time was 8.9.24.
Update [January 26, 2018]: Google may soon show you a new option in the hamburger navigation menu of the Play Store app. Besides the ‘My apps & games’ option, you might also get ‘My subscriptions‘ just below that option, accessible when you do a rightward swipe from the left edge.
Update [January 26, 2018]: There is one more feature the Play Store is on the test for by Google. It seems the Play Store would soon users to free up space on their mobile phone, and would even give the amount of space that can be freed up using the option. This bulk uninstall option of the Play Store app isn’t exactly new, as we did get this menu when trying to install an app when storage is not sufficient enough for that, but now, Google is looking to give you this option in the ‘My apps & games’ section itself, along with the amount of space that could be freed up.
Update [February 8, 2018]: The latest Google Play Store version adds a new “My Notifications” section right below “My apps & games” in the main menu of the app. At the moment, the section might be helpful to those monitoring pre-registrations for upcoming games and apps.
So far, we don’t know if the new My Notifications section will get more functionality, but we do know that the notifications displayed here will only last for 60 days.