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Google Play Store 36.0.13 rolling out



Google Play Store 36.0.13

Google Play Store 36.0.13 is rolling out for Android smartphones and it comes with brand-new optimizations. Following last month’s I/O event, Google has pushed new changes with the latest Play Store build.

For now, the Google Play Store 36.0.13 is available to limited phones but it will expand very soon. Also, it will be seeded in the background.

Google Play Store 36.0.13

What’s happening:

During the Google I/O 2023, Google announced a collection of Play Store features for developers. These changes will affect developer policies and user experience. There is also new security optimization added for all of the app development.

Last month, Google announced the launch of Google Play Games beta to over 40 European markets alongside the UK and New Zealand. With these additions, the platform is now available in 56 countries, which was limited to 13 as of November 2022.

For your information, Google Play Games currently has over 100 Android games at your service. Games such as Asphalt 9 and more are also the ones that are popular among Android phone users.

Users who want to install Play Games need a PC with at least Windows 10, a solid-state drive, 8GB of RAM, and a four-core CPU running Intel’s UHD 630 graphics (found in 8th- and 9th-gen Core chips) or its AMD equivalent. Google recommends a dedicated “gaming-class” GPU like NVIDIA’s GeForce MX450 and a CPU with eight logical cores (such as through hyperthreading).

Earlier this week, Apple Music Classical reached Google Play Store for Android devices. The app came to iOS and iPadOS in March earlier this year. The app has millions of tracks and supports Hi-Res Lossless audio in up to 24-bit/192 kHz, just as it does on iOS. You just need an existing Apple Music subscription and that’s it. (via 9to5mac)

Furthermore, Google Play Books recently received a new feature for better reading habits. With this, you can get the reader to sound out words, track progress, see definitions, and more. (Read More).

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.