A new version of Google Play Store is currently seeding, and this one carries the version number as v9.7.11. It is a minor bump from the earlier released with version v9.6.11/30, which was released just a few weeks ago. This one includes all changes under the hood, where all the bug fixes are done, along with some system stability improvements. This new version comes at a size of 14.6MB.
You can get the latest version of Play Store by sideloading the APK, or you can wait till a notification pop up arises on your device. If you face an error saying that the APK file can’t installed from Unknown sources. Then you just need to enable the Unknown Sources choice by heading over into Settings > then to Security and just scroll down and once you see the Unknown Sources Select it to permit the installation of the new Google Play Store APK file from the external sources.
Download the APK file from the link given below, and if you notice any changes after using it for a while, then do comment down below and spread the word. Apart from that, some features might be baked into this, but after a complete rollout of the update is done, it might get enabled by just a server-side toggle.
Lastly, it’s a good idea, to get the latest version of Google Play Store, it might probably come with an updated Google Play protect data engine, to keep spam apps away from you, at all times.