We posted a couple of weeks ago about an all-new Play Store that had begun rolling out to Android devices in the United States. While you could download and install it manually on your devices in Australia, the Store’s shelves were a bit bare because Google had not intended it to go live here just yet.
Android Police this morning revealed that Google have begun pushing another update to the Play Store, bringing it to version 4.0.26, and after installing it, I noticed that the featured and promoted content was back. Apparently though, this was a mere coincidence, as people with version 4.0.25 are also now seeing the additional content. Apparently the update only brings bug fixes.
Since it seems that Google have now switched on the new Play Store’s content here (and it is localised, as a Commonwealth Bank application was listed as a recommendation), it’s surely only a matter of time until the update starts rolling out officially. If you can’t wait, hit up Android Police for the download.
If anyone’s Play Store is updated automatically to the new version, let us know in the comments.