Google continues to improve the Play Store app for Android, and has pushed out an update for it that brings it up to version 4.5.10 and includes numerous new features. Perhaps the most important feature is that the Play Store will now indicate whether an app has in-app purchases or not – we’ve all been in those situations where we downloaded a game because it’s free, only to find out later that completing it without spending real money in-game was a daunting task, but now users will be able to know if an app will ask for further transactions before downloading it.
The other major change in the new version relates to reviews. Users are now shown bigger review stars just below an app’s pictures and size details, and they can also delete their reviews, something which wasn’t possible before. Furthermore, the Play Store will now show reviews from a user’s Google+ friends at the top in an app listing; another Google+-related feature is the option to share your activity with others, so they can see which apps you’ve been downloading, reviewing, or simply +1’ing lately.
The updated Play Store is rolling out to devices already, and it will take some time before reaching all users. If you’re not willing to wait, you can download the APK from the links below and update to the new version manually.
Via: Android Police