We cannot be certain of the period when this update started rolling out, probably because Google Play Store and Framework updates happen behind the scenes.
Noticeable visual revamps have been seen at the ‘My Apps’ page that is accessed by a left-to-right swipe, or a toggle by the hamburger menu on the top-left side of the app. Upon opening that menu, you are graced by ‘checking for updates’ card. Also, there is the addition of an ‘Updates’ section that shows your app status in regard to when it was updated last, as well as the size of the incoming update. This a welcome feature for those who need to know how much data they are going to use to service updates. Similarly, you can update a single app with one click without necessarily opening its page. The ‘Update All’ option is present as in the previous version.
In addition, the ‘All’ tab has been replaced with a ‘Library’ option, and it is here where you can see all the apps that you have ever installed on your handheld. Another visual improvement is manifested by nice-looking fonts, and the page feels refreshed and less-bloated.
Admittedly, it is a small update but it is accompanied by useful features that make the app experience more exciting.