The Google Play Store is impressive. It has a lot of apps, and it certainly never lets us down. We are here to tell you some of the best secrets on how to use it better.
Get rid of all the unwanted apps from your account
The Google Play Store actually keeps track of all of your installed and removed apps on your account. This is the developer’s way to stay connected with you through their mobile apps. But if you want to remove all the unwanted apps from your account, here’s how to do that.
First, you should swipe left to right from Google Play home, and select My apps. Then, select All from the top banner and click X for the app you want to remove from your linked account.
Get the apps that are recommended by the editors
You might want to browse and then buy the apps that are recommended by the editors, which are made for your taste.
First, you should swipe left to right from Google Play home, and select My apps. Then, again, swipe left to right from My apps. Then, Shop Apps and pick the one that you want.
Browse for the trending apps
Finding trending apps is quite simple – see what everyone loves, all around the globe. Google also comes with alternatives made just for your taste, according to your likes.
First, you should swipe left to right from Google Play home, and select My apps. Then, again, swipe left to right from My apps. Then, Swipe left to right until you find the Trending tab.
Look for games right from the Google Play app
Google Play comes with a lot of apps. And from time to time, you might be looking for an app, but you don’t know the name of it. In this case, you can use the search option that comes in your Google Play app.
First, you need to open the Google Play App, then tap on the Magnifying Glass that’s found on the top right banner. Then, type the specific term and hit enter.
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