Google Play update makes it easier to manage payment info on mobile

You’d think that after rolling out so many design updates, Google would take a breather for a bit. After all, aside from some Nexus devices, not everyone has Lollipop just yet. No matter: Mountain View has another new version of the Play Store up its sleeve. As Android Police notes, it brings a full-height navigation drawer and some new shadow effects for those running the latest version of Google’s mobile OS. In addition to that, there’s also a new My Account page with your order history. AP says that this tab not only lists stuff you’ve bought recently, but makes changing payment preferences a bit easier too. Can’t wait for the update to hit your device? Click over to the source where you can download and sideload it for yourself.

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Source: Android Police

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