Google PLAY Tips & Tricks

This is a definitive guide for begginers and advanced users.Not only are there great apps and widgets found in Google PLAY Store, but there are also plenty of tips and tricks you might not know of. It actually has a few settings and configurations that can help you better manage your downloads, choices, purchases and even your devices.

First of all, if you need the Play Store, you can download the Application through the next button:

Start the Download

What will happen when you click "Download" button?

  • You will be redirected to an external website to complete the emulator download.
  • If you encounter any issues with your download, please report them here.

In this post, we’re going to share with you some tips and tricks for Google Play Store that you probably have no clue about (yet). Be it the Android Play Store app or the web version, there are a few things you might find here that will make your app downloads a lot easier to manage.
 


>> Click here if the external download website does not launch automatically <<


Stay on top of all your app orders or in-app purchases that you have bought with your Google account. You can easily look for all your orders in the web Play Store.

Do you know that you can add apps to a wishlist? It helps you keep track of the apps that you might want to buy one day (but not now). If you want to create your own wishlist, do it this way.

Once you have added Apps to your Wishlist…

You can access your list from within the Play Store app itself. To do that, just follow this steps below.

Start the Download

By default Play Store will automatically update all your Android apps if there is a new version available. If you happen to have disabled that feature, but still receive notifications telling you to update your apps, here’s how you can totally disable those annoying notifications.

Every device that is connected to your Google Account and used to access the Play Store, will automatically be added as one of your devices. You can access a list that will show all the available Android devices that is under your account. If you’re interested, this few steps will lead you to your list.