Google Play Services March 2024 Update Boosts Wallet, Connectivity, and System Management

Google usually rolls out frequent Play System updates for Android phones. In fact, Google is now rolling out a new update for its Google Play Services that brings a new feature to Wallet, Connectivity, and System Management, respectively. 

Google brings the most significant update to the Wallet, introducing a new feature that will now allow pinning your payment methods from your home screen when tapping and holding the Wallet app icon, which has been significantly packed through the Google Play Services with version v24.11. In addition, users can now use the Wallet in other regions. 

On the flip side, Google’s latest Play System update also brings a new feature within the device connectivity, allowing you to pair your wearable device with a new phone. With that, users can now see an all-new UI while creating a profile or while signing in to Play Games Services. With that, the latest Google Play System updates also include further improvements to Android devices, with certain optimizations, faster and much more reliable stability, and security tweaks. Check out the Google’s official changelog mentioned below to know more about the latest changes and upgrades:

March 2024

Google Play services v24.11 (2024-03-20)

Device Connectivity

  • [Phone] With this new feature, you can pair your wearable devices with a new phone.


  • [Phone] With this new feature, you can pin and go to your payment methods from the home screen when you touch and hold the Wallet app icon.
  • [Phone, Wear] With this new feature, you can now use Wallet in Guernsey, Morocco, Bermuda, and Bahrain.

System Management

  • [Phone] With this new feature, you’ll see a new UI when creating a profile or signing in to Play Games Services.
  • [Auto, PC, Phone, TV, Wear] Updates to system management services that improve Device Performance.

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