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Version 3.10.9 of the Google Play app is pushing out to phones tonight, but there aren't any major changes. In fact, a cursory glance shows it as basically the same as the 4.2 Google apps version except that now you can delete items in your Wishist and you get a new screen when apps are installing. More than likely there are more behind-the-scenes changes as well.

The apk is floating around in the usual spots and will install right over your existing Play Store app. Or you can just wait it out and you should see it "soon". Hit the break to see what it all looks like.

Via: @WinDroidGuy

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New version of Google Play app pushing, with new install screen and ability to delete wishlist items


Sure wish I could just hit an update button on the notification screen and have the app update in the background. Being redirected to google play all the time is kind of annoying.

To take an item off your wishlist you just deselect the icon on the top the same way you added it to your wishlist, the icon that looks like a bookmark.

If you follow the twitter link it will link you to androidpolice where you can download the new update like a sideload

there is an way. clear cache/data. then uninstall updates

open playstore-->accept policy. it will auto update in a minute or two.

You can turn on Auto-update apps in the settings and it will update most apps for you in the background. The exception is the apps that have permission changes will always prompt you to do a manual update.

This is all great and everything but can I please for the love of god have apps optimized for tablets????? I just got my Nexus 10 and I am so sick of seeing stretched out phone apps. I had to deal with it on my nexus 7 do I have to with the same sh*t on this as well. Come on Google get these devs hot on this. Smh

All I want in the next update is the ability to delete stupid apps from my download history. Tired of seeing the "fart soundboard" from 5 years ago in my list.

You can do that already on the play store. Go to All apps and you'll see your apps. There's a circle with a diagonal line icon next to the app which deletes the app from your list.

while i am glad google added this feature. i have two problems with it:
1) you can't select multiples apps to remove. it is very annoying that after removing an app, it sends me back to top of the list.
2) you can't do this online

Alternatively, on the phone under "all apps" you can long press on an app. to select it, then keep selecting other apps, then delete them all in one go.