By Anton D. Nagy | March 16, 2012 3:19 AM
Google is updating its Play Store application — the one replacing Android Market — to a new version which wears the 3.5.15 label. According to reports, some users have already received the refresh which brings a couple of new features.
It appears that there will be tabs — as we can see in the screenshot above — in the My Apps section which will show you both the applications installed on your device as well as some sort of account history where all of your ever purchased software will be displayed. There’s a second screenshot at the source link below which lists an “Unlock settings” entry inside the Settings but there are no more details so far. If you’ve got the update, drop us a few words below and let us know!