Google Play on Android has just rolled out an update that should make device owners quite happy. The biggest new feature of this update is the addition of Wishlists. With this new feature, users can browse around Google Play and save apps that catch their attention for later. If you are hesitant on purchasing an application, you can save it to Wishlist and come back later when you make a final decision. Without Wishlist, you might forget the name of the app and when you decide you want to buy it, you might not be able to find it again.
You can get access to the Wishlist feature either on its own or from an app page. This means you can manage the entire Wishlist at once from its page, or you can click the Wishlist button on any app’s page and add it for later access.
The next feature of this update is an improvement to notifications for app upgrades. The notifications are now expandable, and they allow users to see exactly which apps are ready for an update. This should make keeping your apps up to date much easier.
The last feature is the ability to delete apps from the My Apps page. This page shows every single app ever installed, and it can be quite long. If you know you will never want to quickly download certain apps again, you can get rid of them and make it easier to find the apps you might actually want again.