Google's Hoi Lam confirmed on Google+ that new features for Android Wear 2.0 can now be delivered through the Play Store when the Android Wear app on the smartwatch is updated. It is packed with some bug fixes and overall stability of the app. In the previous version Google indices new features like Cookbooks, FAB button, Fast Scroll and Quick Install. You can now download the Google Play Store APK v8.3.42 from the link shared below, and don't forget to share with us if you do find anything interesting inside this latest Play Store update. It will be rolled out all over the world in couple of days.
Google's latest Play Store APK is now out nearly a week after the release of the last version.
Note: To install the apk externally, you need to tweak the security settings. The scanning process is done 24/7, apparently not on your end, unless you decide to install the app. Google has also updated its Play Services app recently, the app has been updated to version 11.5.30 and comes with many stability improvements as well as under the hood changes. However, finding about new stuff in code doesn't always mean new features coming to the Play Store.
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