The Google Play Store has just gotten a really nice update. For starters, users can finally remove apps from the “All” list. This annoying list would show you all the apps you’ve downloaded and installed in the past (though for some people it shows the apps you’ve installed since the phone was factory reset).
That pickup lines app you downloaded, thought was lame and no longer wanted to see on your apps list can now be done away with at the effortless tap of a finger. Also available in this update is a new update count.
Before, the Play Store would tell you there were updates ready to be downloaded — nothing more, nothing less. Now, the notification will tell you how many apps need to be updated. It’s no mind-blowing epic change, but it’s just another one of those things you never thought you needed until you actually got it.
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TAGS: app updates, Google Play