Android fans and tinkerers rejoice, as Google plans to include a new version of Play Store in the upcoming Android 4.3 Jelly Bean operating system.
The application comes via Android 4.3 system dump, which has leaked earlier today. Currently, the newest Google Play Store version is 4.1.10, so a jump to 4.2.3 suggests important changes.
Unfortunately, only a few of these changes have been discovered for the moment. Artem Russakovskii of AndroidPolice reports that there are some additions related to the new functionality for restricting user access to Google Play Store.
Another interesting discovery is the addition of a new Activity called com.google.android.finsky.activities.AccessRestrictedActivity. Those who wish to manually download and install Google Play Store 4.2.3 on their Android devices can do so via Softpedia.