It appears that Google has quietly updated its Android application that provides access to Google Play store, formerly known as Android Market.
The new version of Google Play Store application brings some bug fixes and performance improvements, though devs have yet to issue an official changelog for this update.
The folks at Phandroid
report that Google Play Store app
has been bumped to version 3.7.15. It looks like this update corrects some errors while downloading apps via 4G network for Sprint users.
Unfortunately, other than that there are no additional details on the changes it brings. The good news is that Android Police
managed to pull the .apk file and upload it online.
For more details on how to download and install the latest version of Google Play Store head over to the original thread