Google Play Store 17.0 update patches changelog menu bug, hints of upcoming features

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Though silly, most of the Android users have been irritated with a bug in recent versions of the Google Play Store. The bug which broke the changelog menu under My Apps and Games section is finally getting squashed. Google has now started the roll-out of Google Play Store 17.0.11 which carries the patch to address the changelog bug.

Apart from the bug fixes, the latest Play Store doesn’t bring any other noteworthy changes. However, courtesy to a teardown done by the folks over at XDA Developers, it seems Google has rich features planned for the app store.

As per the teardown done on the Play Store 17.0.11, Google is likely to bring Incognito Mode for the Play Store soon. Also, further inactive strings found on the app points out to a new warning which Google Play Store would fire reminding the users about the apps which have previously given the “install unknown apps” permission. These changes are likely to be a part of the upcoming releases or Google may trigger the features through remote-config updates. Well, only Google knows what it had planned for these hidden features.

The latest Google Play Store 17.0.11 is taking a round gradually and you need not worry if it’s not available on your device. If restless, then download the APK from below and sideload it on your device.

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Google Play Store 17: GDrive Link.

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