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Author: Ramish Zafar
Google introduced several changes to its software platform this year, with the launch of Android M. The software giant finally heeded user calls for more control over apps and data, with an improved permission system. Through Android M, apps will ask for permissions when you access them of their features, rather than at the time of installation as was the norm before. In addition, custom tabs for Chrome will now allow apps to access the internet without opening up Chrome. It’s also the time of month when Google updates its Play Store, and you can finally download Play Store 5.5.8 as well.
Download Google Play Store 5.6.8 APK Right Here
Google has updated its Play Store and with the latest version you get several new updates on the platform. Play Store 5.6.8 features several bug updates that users have been demanding over a long time, and follows Google’s mantra of improved stability and performance introduced alongside Android M. In addition, Play Store has been upgraded with new wearable support and you should be seeing improved performance for your Android Wear devices as well.
At I/O this year Google announced several more features intended towards improving user experience for wearables. These include an all new launcher, coupled with GPS and Wi-Fi support as well as a screen lock. An all new Always On feature will also make your device display the time and other details 24/7, bringing its overall experience closer to a traditional watch. So Play Store 5.6.8 should end up improving your overall Android experience, whether you use a smartphone, tablet, Android Wear device or all three. The download link’s at the bottom of this post so click on it to download and install the latest Play Store. And let us know of any problems or features in the comments section below. Stay tuned for the latest updates.
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