Google Play services 22.30.17 is now available for download to anybody who’s willing to grab the latest version of the software tool that guarantees good functionality for Android apps.
The update is available in APK form, and there are four download versions available on APKMirror: a simple APK version and three APK bundles. Two of them, meaning the simple APK version and a bundle, require at least Android 6 in order to be compatible with your device. The remaining two download variants are much more pretentious – one of them requires at least Android 9, while the other one demands Android 11 or Android 12.
No change log available
While we can’t know what the new Google Play services 22.30.17 update brings, we should still consider downloading it if we have Android installed on our phone. Grabbing the latest update of an app is generally ok.
If you’re an iPhone user who’s thinking of making the shift to Android devices, here’s what a description via APKMirror has to say about Google Play services:
This component provides core functionality like authentication to your Google services, synchronized contacts, access to all the latest user privacy settings, and higher quality, lower-powered location based services.
Google Play services also enhances your app experience. It speeds up offline searches, provides more immersive maps, and improves gaming experiences.
Just less than a week ago, we spoke about the Google Play services 22.32.12 beta APK update that also didn’t have a change log exposed.