Google has started rolling out a new version of Play Store – 4.3.10 – that contains some major new features and changes, both visible and some under-the-hood. Firstly, the new Play Store includes a “Recently updated” section, which as its name suggests, lists all your recently updated apps and games.
This new section is a blessing in disguise for people who have hundreds of apps installed, and who have enabled the Auto-Update option enabled. Apart from this, the new Play Store includes the ability to display combined app update notifications. Currently, the Play Store individually notifies users of updated apps, but with the new Play Store, these notifications are combined into one.
There are a few other minor tweaks as well including the removal of the Google Wallet symbol from the Purchase screen, swapped positions for Rent and Buy in the Play Movies section and the Play Books section now displays the full list price along with the current selling price of the book.
You can find the excellent teardown of the APK with in-depth details from the awesome folks over at Android Police. If you cannot wait for the new Play Store update to be pushed to your device, you can download and install it manually from here or here.