Published on April 21st, 2017 | by Joe Scott
Android’s Google Play Store New Update Makes It Easier To Manage You Apps
We have noticed a major change in the Google Play Store after the latest update. While the main Play Store screen has remained untouched, an overhaul to the “My Apps & Games” tab has arrived aimed at making it much easier to manage updates and makes far more efficient use of the available space.
The My Apps and Games tab have been shuffled around a bit: There is no longer a “Subscriptions” tab and the “Installed” tab no longer displays updates.
Now, “Updates” gets its own tab and here you’ll be able to see which app updates are available, how long ago they became available, and below that, you’ll see your most recently updated apps and how long ago they were updated.
If you head to the “Installed Tab” this is where you’ll see all the apps installed on your device. Now you can sort your apps by Alphabetical order, Last updated, Last used, or Size.
This will help to find and uninstall apps that you might use infrequently or delete an app that will clear up some storage space.
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