Google is updating the Google Play Store for Android devices to version 4.3.10. The new iteration of Google Play brings a few new features, including a “recently updated” section with the “My Apps” section of the store. Users will be able to take advantage of that to see which apps were most recently updated, and will have the ability to tap those apps to see the app’s main page, which typically explains the changes in the latest update.
Also, instead of seeing an entire list of updating applications in your notification bar, users will now see a batch list of update statuses. AndroidPolice, which has already checked out the new store, says that Google Play Books now presents the full price of each book. The site also noticed that the “rent” and “buy” buttons in the Movies & TV section have been swapped. Finally, the store now lacks the Google Wallet icon at checkout, which could suggest that Google’s slowly and quietly killing off that venture.
Android Police has a copy of the download if you want to give it a whirl yourself. Right now we think it’s a bit minor so you might want to just stick around until the official build hits your device.