Why does Play Store (formerly Android Market) mark for update twice in a row the same app to the same version?
Here is a typical example of what happens. Yesterday I checked the My Apps section from Play Store, saw that version 22.214.171.124 of the Kindle app was available for update, and updated it. Today I checked the My Apps section again. Play Store showed as available for update the same 126.96.36.199 version of Kindle with the same release notes. I updated the app again.
The same often happens with other apps, both on Android Market in the past and Play Store now. The second update is available the day after the first (I check daily for updates). In all cases the apps are correctly donwloaded and updated, and run fine. All my apps are set to manual update.
I have an unrooted Nexus S running Android 2.3.6 and my phone carrier is Vodafone Italy. I have Play Store 3.4.7. The issue happens with both 3G and Wi-Fi.