Last week, Google rolled out a new version of the Play Store. That was version 5.0.31, which brought along a huge update to the Play Store, it even increased the size from 7MB to 9MB. It also added Material Design to all of the things. Now we are seeing another update to the Play Store. This time it's version 5.0.32, and as you guessed from the version number, it's a very minor update. However, we do have the update and available for you to sideload onto your device, if you're interested. Remember that when sideloading Google Play onto your device, you may see some issues. This is why it's best to wait for the troll out to hit your device, as there may be a specific version for your device, which we've seen with the Google Play Services.
The Google Play Store is still material design, but we don't really know what else is new. Judging by the version number, we are pretty sure that it's just a bug fixer update, and probably minor bugs at that. But as always, if you notice anything new in the update be sure to let us know in the comments down below.
To sideload the update onto your device, just download the APK from the download link below. Then enable "Unknown Sources" in the Settings > Security. Now just tap on the APK file and then tap on install, wait a few seconds and it will replace the existing Google Play Store that is on your device. It's just that easy. How many of you are going to be sideloading this update onto your Android smartphone or tablet? Let us know in the comments down below.