Google Play Store is the center and the home of apps that are specifically designed to work on Android devices. When Android device is first turned on there will be some basic steps needed to be done in order to get it ready for use. One of them is to sign in to Google using a Google Account. That particular account will also activate the so-called Play Store. Without the proper login of Google Account it will not be possible to use this app later on. Be sure to do it when starting Android device for the very first time.
A good thing is that the apps are pretty much in a fair comparison of those that are free and those that required payment just to download them. There are also some apps that are free to download with purchase and payment option to get more out of it one it has been installed and tried. Some of the apps are also available as trials so that within a specific period of time the official license has to be purchased to continue using the apps. Meanwhile, there are also apps with excessive ads in which unlocking pro version or simply ads-free version will make the use of the apps better.
What does Google Play provide?
Google Play is a platform for you to view applications and other content before downloading to your phone. It indexes lots of information about each app, including the author’s description, images, ratings, user comments and alternative suggestions.
How to Install Google Play Store?
Prepare the file manager application. This application is normally available on the smartphone by default. However, if for some reasons the application is not available, simply download files explorer application. Go to the download folder on the file manager application. Find the APK file that you just download. The folder is usually located in the internal memory by default. It might go to the external memory if you set it as the default download folder.
Run the APK file by simply tapping on the file. A popped up warning will show right after the file is tapped. The system tries to warn the users that application from an unknown source is activated. Do not be panicking since you can give permission to activate the APK file by tapping in enable icon. The alternative method to do so is by going to the setting. Select security and enable the unknown source. At this rate, the APK file will start to run.
You need to wait until the installation is completed. Normally, it does not take long since the Google Play Application only comes in small size. After the installation is completed, you can run the application instantly. Despite the application is installed, it is highly recommended to disable the unknown source installation. It will prevent other unnecessary application to be installed in the background. Go to the setting menu and select the security in order to disable it.
Download Google Play Store APK:
he Google Play APK is no longer officially available to download and install, but comes pre-installed with almost all Android devices.