Google Play Store app is updated significantly with improvements for performance, stability and to introduce new features. The latest Play Store 6.7.12 is no different, but enables the besta testing features for some users. You can download version 6.7.12 of Google Play Store APK right now.
The splitting of the store in two, Google’s Play Store now behaves better on your device, responding to taps and swipes more quickly and generally looking much more like an app that you would want to spend time browsing rather than trying to get in and out of as quickly as your entered. Version 6.7.12 brings with it a bunch of changes and bug fixes for issues that users have been facing for quite a while.
The release also includes two sections: Apps & Games and Entertainment. One of which let you install, and the other plays host to things like movies, music and books. Apart from this, some things have also changed under the hood as well. Fire up the app and you will instantly recognize the subtle changes and tweaks in user interface here and there. Joining open betas is also now done through the Play Store instead of requiring you to go to a specific URL to become a tester.
New version 6.7.12 of Play Store should start rolling out to users over the course of the next few days, and that depends on the device you have, the Android version it is running, and of course the region you are in.
Regardless, if you do not want to wait for that update to hit your gadget, you can download the APK of this new version of Google Play Store from the link at the foot of this post, side-load it, and give it a run.
As expected, this version of Play Store is compatible and ready for Android 6.x Marshmallow or ROM ports based on the 6.0.x images. Do share your thoughts and opinions on the changes that we may have missed.