Google is amazing. It’s one of the most popular companies at the moment. It got popular first thanks to the excellent search engine it provides, and then for its rapid evolution and ascension.
Google owns services like YouTube and Gmail, services that are used by millions of people every day.
However, one of the most popular items from Google’s portfolio is the Android operating system.
Android runs on billions of devices worldwide, and it did so since many years ago when it was launched.
Android must be capable of running on many devices with various hardware specifications smoothly, so the developers from Google have to be on high alert at all times, so fix everything on time so that the experience is as good as it can be. Of course, some errors and glitches make their way into the experience, but that is expectable considering Android’s scale.
One of the most important components of Android is Google Play Services. It is Google’s designated tool for upgrading Google-made apps and others from the Google Play Store. The operating system wouldn’t work without it, as it also allows for features like improved offline searches and better location services.
With each version, Google Play Services gets better and more efficient, meaning that it uses fewer resources to do the job, which, in return, translates to a smooth and rapid experience for the user.
The app updates itself automatically, as long as you let it. If it doesn’t manage to update itself automatically, you can do that by navigating to its dedicated page on the Google Play Store and tapping the update button. The app comes pre-installed on all Android smartphones, and you should take good care of it by installing updates as it dictates your operating system’s well-being.