One of ’s primary weapons against fragmentation lately has been its push to let you update system apps directly through the ay Store.
The major change is the addition of an Android ar app. It works rather well—you type in the numbers in the main screen then swipe to the left to access the operations.
There hasn’t been an A published anywhere else besides the ay Store. So if you’re not able to trigger the update on your phone, head to the desktop version of ay install the app from there. That worked for me, I was able to start tapping away calculations on my Moto 360.
The story behind the story: Anyone who’s followed Android knows the platform is hopelessly fragmented. To ease your struggle, moved its apps directly from the ay Store, so you don’t have to wait months or longer to get the latest version of Chrome, Gmail, Drive, or other services. The other key weapon is ay Services, which contains many developer As is updated directly by .