Google Play Services has released a 22.15.56 beta version for the testers. This version further improves the overall capability of the Play Store and allows apps to better communicate with the Play Services server.
Google’s services include location tracking and geofencing, single sign-on account services, user health and fitness tracking payment processing, integrated advertising, and security scanning.
Many apps on Android devices depend on the use of Google Play Services, and the package requires the user to use a Google Account.
For example, with the use of Google Play Game services, users can save their in-game progress including achievements, and resume them back or collect them while playing that game on a different device.
Google has released Play Services 22.15.56 for all the Android devices but it’ll expand gradually. However, the upgrade procedure won’t take much time. Adding to this, Google has also released a new Play Store version 30.5.17. Read more about that here.