Google Play Store is the official app store for Android devices, and it’s home to millions of apps and games. Google regularly releases updates to the Play Store, which often include new features and bug fixes. The latest update, version 37.7.22, is now rolling out to Android devices.
What’s new in Google Play Store 37.7.22?
Google hasn’t released an official changelog for version 37.7.22, but there are a few new features that have been spotted by users. One of the most notable new features is a feature called “Cubes.” Cubes are a new way to discover new content in different categories. For example, if you’re interested in gaming, you might see a Cube for new games that have been released in the past week.
Another new feature is called “Download Buddy.” Download Buddy is a small arrow that appears on the screen when you’re downloading an app. You can drag the arrow around to track the progress of your download.
Google has also made some improvements to the Play Store’s filters. You can now filter apps by device compatibility and by apps that you haven’t used in a while.
Other recent updates to the Google Play Store
In addition to the new features in version 37.7.22, Google has also released a few other updates to the Play Store in recent months. One notable update is the ability to archive apps. Archiving an app saves up to 60% of your storage space without losing any data. If you have a lot of apps that you don’t use very often, archiving them can be a great way to free up some space on your device.
Another recent update to the Play Store is a new feature called “The Play Report.” The Play Report is a series of videos that are shown on the Play Store homepage. The videos highlight new apps and games, as well as other content that Google thinks you might be interested in.
Legal issues facing Google Play Store
Google has also been facing some legal issues regarding the Play Store and search engine recently. The European Union has fined Google €4.34 billion for abusing its dominant position in the market. The EU found that Google had been forcing phone manufacturers to pre-install Google apps on their devices, and that Google had been making it difficult for other search engines to compete.
Google is also currently settling a lawsuit in the United States about its dominant position in the app market. The lawsuit alleges that Google’s practices have led to fewer choices and higher app prices for consumers. The settlement details are confidential and are waiting for approval.