How do I update the Google Play Store

Android Update Google Play Store - here's how


The Google Play Store usually updates itself - like most apps and applications on your smartphone - automatically. However, if you find yourself having trouble with the store, you may be able to manually install an update that fixes problems (such as crashes or connection errors). If you have such problems with individual apps, you may need to update them directly.

Update the Google Play Store

Follow our step-by-step instructions or take a look at the quick start guide.

Note: If the update does not work as expected, the problem is often with the Play Store itself. How to reinstall the Play Store, read here.

Update apps and games

You have the option of installing updates for apps on your smartphone manually or automatically. You should definitely do this, because updates contribute to the security and stability of the apps. Follow our step-by-step instructions or take a look at the quick start guide.

Quick guide: Update the Play Store

  1. In your Google Play Store, open the menu.
  2. Go to the Settings.
  3. Then tap on "Play Store version". The currently installed version will now be displayed. If the Play Store is not up-to-date, you will be given a Update option offered.

Quick start guide: Update apps and games

  1. Open that menu and go to the Settings.
  2. Press the point "Automatic app updates".
  3. You can have different options for automatic app updates choose.
  4. Alternatively, you can use apps too update manually. Go to menu and choose "My apps and games" out.
  5. You can then pending updates and see all apps with the button "Refresh all"update.