Google Play Store makes it easier to see what’s new in each app update

Google is rolling out the version 8.0 of the Play Store with a small but useful feature on board. The company added in-line change logs in the app updates menu, which basically show you everything that’s new in the latest version of an app.

There’s now a small icon next to the update button that will bring up the “What’s new” section of an app when you tap on it. This is displayed on the same screen, so you don’t have to open an app’s page on the Play Store to see the new features the update brings to the table. You can see exactly what this looks like in the image above.

See also:

Google Play Store has a new offline page, notifies you when you’re online again

2 weeks ago

As already mentioned, Google is currently rolling out the new version of the Play Store, which means it’s not available for all users yet. Let us know what you think!

from Android Authority

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Posted on June 30, 2017, in android, Android Authority and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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