Download The Latest Google Play Store V4.6.16 Apk

The arrival of Nexus 5 brought many new things for Android users, most noticeable was Android 4.4.2 Kit-Kat and because of the newest version, every Google App installed in it was new and updated, including the new Google Play Store. Despite everyone liked the new Google Play Store, there were things that need to be fix, it mostly happened when a new interface is installed in any app. With Android 4.4.2 Kit-Kat, we received the 4.4.22 version of Play Store, which brought small changes and bug fixes as expected in every release.

Today we got our hands on the latest Play Store Apk, which is version 4.6.16, the interface is still the same as most of the working. The noticeable difference is that, now users can mass-install apps through My Apps > All Tab and despite that each app still needs to be installed, it won’t make much difference nor makes the entire process noticeably quicker, but it does make the job easier on you, since there is less lag in it.

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You might have already received the update of Google Play Store, but if you haven’t,we will provide the Apk file for to install it manually. But before you go any further, Open your current Play Store and go to settings and locate the Build version, if it matches the mentioned one i.e., 4.6.16, then you don’t need to install this apk.

How To Install Google Play Store V4.6.16 Apk.

Pre-Requirements:

  1. Allows your device to Install from Unknown Sources. Go to Settings > Security and Tap Unknown Source.
  2. Download Google Play Store V4.6.16 Apk: LINK

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How To Install Google Play Store V4.6.16 Apk.

  1. Download the Above file.
  2. Connect your Device with PC.
  3. Copy the Apk file to your device.
  4. Disconnect the Device.
  5. Install the Apk like normal and Run the app Online the First Time.
  6. While installing, if ask for any Installation Process, Choose “Package Installer and if there is a Pop-Up Choose Decline”

If you Have any problems, Feel free to comment in the comment section below.


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