Google Play Updated to version 3.7.11, Uninstall/Update Apps Directly from Browser
Google is continually trying to make Android users happy, along with the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Google has updated the Google Play to the version 3.7.11, download for your Android device. The latest version Google Play brings many features, Google will update all app on eligible devices. Google Play not only lets you to update apps from your Android device but also uninstall apps directly from the browser.
When you need to update or uninstall app, go to “My Android Apps” tab of the Google Play portal, there you’ll find your apps that are installed on your Android device, if you use multiple devices, you have option to see a breakdown of what apps are installed where, the update option isn’t available yet but soon it will be added and to uninstall apps just select the trash icon under the app, you’ll get a warning box, check and remove apps, pretty useful addition.
So now download the Google Play APK 3.7.11 and put it on your smartphone or tablet whatever you own, then use a file manager app to install the app, I’ll recommend File Expert that is best file manger app for Android and has numbers of useful features. Once you’ve installed a file manger app, enable “Unknown sources” from Settings>Applications, please note that if you’re using Ice Cream Sandwich device, you can get them on Settings> Security. Then launch the file manger app and locate the file you’ve download and tap on it to start installation. A simple procedure to install any apk file on a Android device.
So guys have you installed the latest version of Google Play Store on your Android device? Do let us know about new changes and features you fine in the below comment section and anything you want about installation in below comment section.