Just four days after the 22.30.14 beta APK came out, Google Play services is now getting the 22.31.12 beta update! The new update is already available via APKMirror, the same website that’s loaded with useful APKs for your favorite apps and games!
There’s no information available about what’s new in the 22.31.12 beta update for Google Play services, but we can assume that there is a strong reason behind its launch. The update comes in 5 download variants, and it’s indeed surprising that all of them demand a recently-released Android version. Don’t expect Google Play services 22.31.12 beta APK to work on your phone if you have anything below Android 9!
The five download variants of Google Play services 22.31.12 beta APK consist of four APK bundles and a simple APK file. One of those bundles demands at least Android 9 in order to run. There’s also a bundle that doesn’t work unless you have at least Android 11 installed on your device. The other two remaining bundles are only compatible with devices equipped with at least Android 12. As for the simple APK file, it requires Android 12 as well.
You can live without many in life. But you can’t live without Google Play Services if you have an Android phone, as the tool is the driving force behind the updating of the apps themselves! Check out what a description from 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.
We’re already wondering when the next update for Google Play services comes out! We’re expecting something big!