Probably, you may have heard the rumor of wishlist feature on Google Play Store. Now it seems like, the new feature is rolling out on a per-account basis.
The mechanism is simple, the new Play Store wishlist feature lets users bookmark the page they find something interesting on. The new feature, at the time being, won’t let you send that wish list to anyone, but will let you make a list of things you want to buy later.
Not only the feature will let you bookmark the apps, but it will also lets users bookmark music, magazines, movies & TV or books.
On the other hand, the Google has also added a range of new features, which include “Buy Play Store Credit”, and “Google Calendar App”. Wherein, the free Calendar app brings a slew of additional features include the ability to snooze events from a notification if you’re not ready to get up yet and want the alarm to go off later. While the ‘Buy Credit’ feature allows users to upload credit to your their account, which can be accessed by Google’s own web version.
The all new features can be installed with the older or latest version [v3.9.16] of Google Play Store. Thoughts?