Google has rolled out an update to Android 7, which brings the latest Android version to the Google Play Store and many more devices, including the Google Home, the Pixel, and the new Google Home Mini.
The company also recently rolled out a handful of security updates for the Android platform, including a fix for a vulnerability that allowed hackers to access Android users’ data.
Google said in its Android 7 update that it’s also adding support for some of the biggest apps on the market, including Netflix, Spotify, and HBO GO.
The updates are rolling out through the Google app and by going to Settings > About device > Software update.
While there are still some bugs to work out, it appears that the update has fixed a problem with the app’s automatic download and installation.
This could be a way for the app to make more money and more people will be able to enjoy the apps that are included.
As a reminder, if you haven’t upgraded to Android 8.0 Oreo, you can grab the latest version of Android 7 and install it now.