Google introduced it’s new OS 4.1 Jelly Bean at the annual I/O Conference. Google introduced a couple of updates with the launch of its new OS, but among the updates, an update to its Google app store, which is widely known as Play Store. The new update to the app store brings magazine purchases and also with the new update users can now update and uninstall apps remotely. Though the update is basically intended for Jelly Bean but now you can have it on your device and your device doesn’t need to be running on the latest version of Android. Thanks XDA Senior Member imbonez9, now you can download the .apk file and then install it on your Android device to have the latest version of the Google Play Store.
Source: XDA Developers