The Google Play Store has just received a version bump, bringing it to version 5.9.12 and gets devices ready for the impending launch of Android 6.0 by building on the previous version 5.9.11.
Version 5.9.11 of the Google Play Store introduced a ton of new features and inevitably some bugs. Version 5.9.12 addresses some of these bugs and also some performance improvement so is important to highlight that if you downloaded 5.9.11 that you grab 5.9.12 to fix any problems you may have had.
Why download it?
If like me you like to be on the cutting edge of developments, you can go ahead and grab the latest Google Play Store 5.9.12 APK from here. Running the latest version of the Google Play Store always ensures you have the latest features and experience the changes first-hand into new developments within the APK. Often small incremental updates will lay the ground work for future, more substantial, changes and running the latest APK enables you to see these clues for yourself and experience the fixes Google are delivering to the Google Play Store app.
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