After getting pushed the versions 3.7.11 and 3.7.13, Google has rolled out the latest version 3.7.15 APK of the Play Store for Android devices yesterday. Being a smaller update in numbers, and which having installed it and don’t expect more significant changes to the Play Store and looks more like only a bug-fixer and features some performance improvements along with.
You can get the latest version of the Play Store in your Android device if the upgrade is available as OTA. In case you can’t go through the upgrade, you can install it manually.
Installation of the Google Play APK 3.7.15 is easy — just download the file on phone and install by tapping on it (making sure that ‘unknown sources’ under settings in enabled). Wait and don’t be excited yet, follow our step-by-step guide in order to get the Play Store 3.7.15 update onto your Android handset.
Note: First thing, you won’t need your device rooted. Second, installing Google Play or any app using an APK is pretty easy.
Steps: How To Install Google Play Store APK 3.7.15 [Tutorial]
Step 1: Download Google Play Store 3.7.13 APK (Filename: gplay3.7.15.apk) on your PC.
Step 2: Now transfer the downloaded 3.7.15 Play Store APK file to your computer, by connecting your Android device to your PC.
Step 3: Enable “Unknown Sources” under Settings > Applications, so that you can install applications from SD card. If you running on Ice Cream Sandwich or 4.1 Jelly Bean on your Android device, you will find it under Settings > Security.
Step 4: Assuming you have a (any like ASTRO) file manager installed. Open file manager app and go to folder where you downloaded/transferred the GP3.7.13.apk. If in phone you can have it on download folder.
Step 5: Tap on the Google Play file — gplay3.7.15.apk — to begin installation procedure and it will be installed in less than a minute.
That’s it! You have successfully installed updated Google Play Store on your Android, and that can be seen from the app drawer right now.