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Google Play Store 33.2.12 rolling with app crash prompt feature



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Google is rolling out a new Play Store version 33.2.12 for Android devices and it comes with a brand new app crash fix prompt feature.

Google Play Store 33.2.12 will greatly expand to smartphones, tablets, and other devices but you can download it right away from the link given below. However, people who want to wait will get it installed silently in the background.

This Play Store version also improves the overall performance of the system and provides a better user experience.

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This week, Android has made a significant change in the Play Store and app ecosystem for smartphones and other platforms. For instance, if an app crashes, Play Store will prompt users to get the latest update for the app from Play Store. That’s a good improvement for Android phone owners and it’s rolling out with Play Store version 33.2. as mentioned above.

Android enthusiast, Mishal Rahman found relevant details in the Play Store Android code, including updating the app to fix crashes.

Such a message on app crash includes: “The app stopped working, but the latest update for the app may fix the issue. Install the update and then open the app again. If you want to update later, go to %1$s in Google Play.”

To be mentioned the latest changes in Play Store are released with the latest November 2022 Google Play System Update. There are other important optimizations and new features added to the app distribution platform.

These include better download and installation speed, optimizations for performance, bug fixes, and improvements to security, stability, and accessibility.

New formats for search results, update for game clusters views for Chromebooks, new kids menu on large screen Android devices, automatic updates over limited mobile data for Google Play apps for users who do not have regular WiFi access.

We suggest you look for the latest Play Store app software to get the new optimizations and app crash fix prompt feature.

Amy is our firmware and software specialist, she keeps her eagle eyes open for new software rollouts, beta programs, and other software related activities as well as new smartphone launch.