Will Verduzco · May 9, 2014 at 07:30 am

Updated Google Play Services 4.4 APKs for Your Sideloading Pleasure on All Screen Densities

At the tail end of this week’s Google Update Wednesday, we talked about the rather substantial update to Google Play Services 4.4. This update ushered in a new Google Maps Street View API, as well as physical activity recognition, an update to game services, an all new wallet fragments feature, and revised mobile ads.

In addition to detailing Play Services 4.4’s changes, we also mirrored the update for those looking to get in on the action before their turn in Google’s staged rollout. At the time, we only had one particular variant of the application, the one meant for 480 DPI devices. But now thanks again to XDA Portal Supporter MihirGosai, we’ve gotten our hands on all of the APKs for all of the different screen resolutions.

You can find the mirrors for all known versions of Google Play Services 4.4 by hitting up the links below. It’s currently unknown what resolutions are supported by versions 010 and 070, but they are likely for the very lowest and highest res devices, respectively. If one doesn’t work for your device, feel free to try others.

Update: Mirror added for the 240 DPI version. Sorry for forgetting to upload this one, guys!

[Many thanks once again to XDA Portal Supporter MihirGosai for the tip!]


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