As a parent company of Android OS, Google consistently provides new updates for the betterment of its ecosystem; the company releases time-to-time updates which carry new features or enhance the UI of its apps for Android devices. As you know, Google is the only company behind the updates; Big G has proven the update in three types of major OS updates, security updates, and the third one is Google play system updates.
At the start of this year, Google updated its several apps, including Google Chrome, Google Translate, files, find my device, Google home, and maoony more. Now, the company has released a new update for its Play store app with version 34.0.13.
The update brings a new security feature to Parental controls, which helps to restrict the purchase or download of content on Google Play. However, it is important to note that the purchase approval settings only apply to purchases made through the Google Play billing system. It is also possible to check the history of purchases and requests in the appropriate section.
According to information, the app will also get the feature soon, which indicates to the app developer that a real user runs their application or a bot, however, the feature is still under development, and its release date hasn’t been disclosed yet.
How to update Play Store?
To benefit from all the news, simply update the Play Store app to version 34.0.13 from your Android smartphone. To update the Play Store, simply click on your profile icon at the top right, click on Settings, then About, and then click on Update the Play Store.
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