Version 3.3.11 of the Android Market is now rolling out for handsets running Google’s smartphone OS and there are a few new features worth mentioning.
According to Android Police, you can now engineer your handset to automatically update apps, as well as auto-update only when you’re connected to the internet via WiFi.
Several changes have been nicked from Honeycomb too, including the ability to automatically add homescreen shortcuts for new apps. The Android Market’s UI has also been refreshed to include a smaller font, voice search button and new app drawer icon.
Although it may be a while until the new Android Market ends up on your smartphone, its APK is already available to download now.