New Play Store updates from Google provide new tab for improved account management. Google keeps adjusting its Play Store application, this time including some helpful properties for dealing with installment options and maintain buy history. This refit is already scheduled to reach users anytime now but it is also possible to download it directly from the internet.
Version 5.1.11 makes a new My account category inside a stretched slide-out navigation drawer. This enables users to switch the credit card connected to their Play profile, confirm what type of payment they already subscribed to or see the purchases already closed on Google Play.
The advantage users get is they needn’t jump to a PC any longer to handle account features. This redesign additionally makes it much quicker to look at account credits, valuable in the event that they charged it with some virtual money through the Google Opinion Rewards application.
There are new choices for reclaiming a Play Store Gift Card savings, purchasing Google Play credit, or signing the PayPal account.
Order History includes all Google Play buys, including gadgets, a Play Music membership, or digital items like motion pictures, books, music, and applications.
Unfortunately, the smooth burger icon animation that changed into an arrow is presently clouded by the bigger slide-out menu. On the other hand, Google is obviously focusing on a predictable look with its full-length navigation drawer, showcasing account email address, Google+ profile and background wallpapers.
Google Play Edition Sony Z Ultra is getting Android 5.0 Lollipop
Another much expected update is the improved Android 5.0 Lollipop OTA. Google Play Edition (GPe) versions of the Sony Z Ultra and HTC One M8 have been looking for their Lollipop redesigns since the line of Nexus devices received it a couple of weeks back. Postpones were expected but it seems that users are seeing the updates downloading as we speak. The Sony Z Ultra has an immense water-proof mega-flagship thanks to the Japanese camera gurus at Sony. The device, however is no longer available at Google’s own Play Store but is accessible online. The Z Ultra has a Snapdragon 800 processor supported by 2 gigabytes of RAM, so the exact same processor coupling as the Nexus 5. This gadget is a decent variation in terms of the size of the phones getting Android Lollipop particularly since the Google Now experience will be scaled up for a telephone.