Although the Google Play Store is a critical Android element that comes as a pre-installed system on all mobile devices as well as on Android-powered TVs, some people aren’t really aware of what it does.
The Play Store is the main online marketplace all devices running the Android operating system use. The OS’ most important benefit here is the fact that it enables access to the application, which is a default part of the system.
Google Play Store provides smartphone and other devices’ users with a massive library of all types of games and applications, most of them free to download and use. Taking into consideration the fact that the service is such an essential component in the Android operating system, the developers behind it are updating it on a regular basis. New updates are always coming with improvements in the overall performance, and some even bring new features and tweaks.
As a matter of fact, Google has recently started rolling out the latest update for Android TVs. The new update is being released via over the air (OTA) channels, which means it automatically downloads if users are connected to a stable Wi-Fi network.
Google Play Store 18.3.27 Update for Android TV
The app library’s most recent update is meant for Android TVs and is now available to download, as well as install. To receive the new roll-out, simply keep your device connected to a Wi-Fi network, so the update can automatically download.
The Google Play Store 18.3.27 update for Android TV doesn’t come with new features, but it improves the general performance of the service on all Android-powered TVs and fixes a few bugs.
Here are the complete app notes the developers have noted in the update’s description:
 – For all devices
 – For Android Wear devices
 – For Android TV devices