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Until now, in the absence of the refresh button users had to check for new updates by restarting the Play Store app.
With the inclusion of this new button, users will just have to go to the app’s page on Play Store and tap on the refresh button to check for new updates.
Tweet ShareGoogle is reportedly working on including a “refresh” button on its Play Store.
Android Police have leaked an image of the experimental version of Play Store, as you can see below.
As it stated in GO has yet again become the #1 grossing iPhone game in the US, and stands at #3 on the Google Play Store.
It’s evident that the recent surge in sales within the game shows the effectiveness of major updates, and we can only hope that they come more quickly moving forward.
After the release of Generation II Pokémon last week, fans of the game were reinvigorated to start playing again, and it shows.
The Valentine’s event hardly made an impact, and Pokémon GO has been struggling since then to stay in the lower half of the top 10.
It’s hard to forget the impact Pokémon GO had back in July, and even harder to forget is the amount of money it made in such a short time.
Google Play Store testing out a refresh button for updates
As it stated in Well if one of those things that you’re wishing for is for the Google Play Store, then your wish just might come true.
Currently, to trigger a refresh, you would need to either restart your Google Play Store or you switch activities or to another app.
It’s actually pretty strange for the Google Play Store installed apps section to not have a refresh button, especially given that people probably have a lot of apps on their devices.
It seems like Google is testing out a refresh button to make it easier for users to see if their installed apps have available updates.
Don’t you sometimes wish you had a refresh button for a lot of things in your life?