Google Play Store device client has been updated by Google, it has started rolling out the update that will bring some changes and obviously some improvements that include mass install support and another major option of always asking password for in app purchase.
You all must know that Google was sued recently by a mother when her kid made an in-app purchase that worth $65 in one game! Yea I am not kidding. Google was sued by a mom, after which Google added the Always ask password for purchases so that those type of thing won’t happen again. More likely this also will help in accidentally buying the app and another big update is that, you can now select multiple app by going to My Apps < All section and install them all at once but you have to accept app permission individually.
Changes in the Google Play Store client v4.6.16
- Batch install in my apps lets you install all apps at once
- Removing apps from my apps became easier with no longer jumps to the top of the list
- Require password option, for an in app purchase
- Moved Settings and Help to slideout navigation
- Auto-add widget setting renamed
- Play store self update just by tapping the Built version from the settings
- The 3-dot settings have been moved from the overflow bar, to the sidebar menu falling in line with the rest of Google’s recently updated apps.
- Maps now shows event results when searching for businesses, along with a new navigation feature that dims the display in between turns to conserve battery
- Image search has been tweaked, along with options to toggle hot word detection only while on the homes screen, while still keeping it enabled in Google Search (or vice versa).
- Adds handwriting for Arabic, Bosnian, Cebuano, Gujarati, Hmong, Kannada, Maltese, Mongolian, Persian, Punjabi, Somali, Tamil, and Telugu.
- The UI (User Interface) has been improved
Have you updated you Google Play? Stay tuned for more information and updates and do comment if we have missed anything. Download the APK file and install it if you can’t wait for the update and if it hasn’t arrived for your device.