Over the years we have seen how the Google store on Android has changed significantly. At the beginning of Android, we could see how we could not even look for an application, and everything was in the hands of Google. Of having 30.000 applications, we have happened to have millions of them, with much more advanced functions and a better organization. Now, from time to time, Google Play is updated to leave us with news and to have better functions when managing our downloads or applications, and today we see one of these new features.
For a long time, we have a section of ‘My Apps’ on Google Play. This has been updated a few weeks ago, leaving much more organization, since before could be crazy if we had many applications installed. Although now much better optimized, it still has room for improvement, and today adds a very interesting feature for all lovers of updates.
Google Play now shows us the changes in the updates
One of the newest interesting features of Google Play is the management of updates of different applications. By default, we do not have this enabled since we like to know what will happen to the application before updating it. This is not the first time a developer has removed features, or messes up the update and leaves us with errors. This is why we look a lot at the section of news of each application, if you have several pending and you have to go looking one by one.
From now on, with the new Google Play update, you can view the changes to the update from the ‘My Apps’ section. Now, in the list of pending updates, we will see a drop-down in each of the applications, which if we open, will show us the different changes that will be implemented with the update.
This may seem like a minor change, but it is something very interesting for all those who care about the new arrivals with each new update of their applications. At the moment these changes have to arrive at the official version, something that will not take long. At the moment you can download the APK below you are looking forward to try this new feature.