Google Play Store update gives to easily manage installed apps

Mar

26

2017

Google is working on publishing a Play Store update that should make it easier for different categories of apps, such as “Installed” and “beta” to distinguish. In addition, there is now an option to on the basis of a number of variables to set the apps in sequence.

A series of screenshots shows that in the new design department “my apps” is divided into updates, installed, and library science. These lists can be viewed in sequence according to the alphabet, which has been updated for the last time, which was last used and size. The latter two will be useful for users who need to free up space on their devices.

Although some users are already reporting that they have within the update, which is not the case for everyone. Indeed, the editors of 9to5Google said to be on the same version of the Play Store, but they can not see the changes. Most likely Google doing a phased rollout of the new design, and it may take several weeks before the worst case can be seen the new Play Store features.

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