Google Play is a great service for those who want to download new and useful games, apps, and even e-books. Released 11 years ago, it serves as the official app store for the Android operating system, allowing users to browse and download applications developed with the Android software development kit (SDK) and published through Google.
Even though a lot of users have encountered happiness using Google Play, the app store still has its flaws, whether we like to admit it or not. For instance, the most recent one regards the changelog menu under My Apps and games.
Version 17 of Google Play saves the day
Recent updates of Google’s app store broke the changelog menu. Therefore, users noticed that tapping the little arrow next to any app didn’t make the changelog to appear, so they had to look into the app listing for the latest changes brought by each update. But now, Play Store v17 solves the shortcoming.
The nasty bug showed itself on version 16.8 and 16.9 of the Play Store, and although it didn’t cause damage, it was uncomfortable for anyone who’s gotten used to checking the latest changes of all their apps under the same page. But now, Google Play looks great again. The changelog can be dropped down by simply tapping the arrow next to apps, and you can get rid of it quickly by tapping again on it.
Pesky little bugs will always find ways into the apps, whether it’s about Google’s apps or others. That’s the thing in programming languages that all the apps are written in: errors and shortcomings have to happen, or else you might be doing something wrong with writing the code. Searching for ways to completely remove bugs and any chance of bug occurring is useless, but it’s nice to see tech giants doing their best to provide customers with updated and clean services.