The latest version of Google's Android Market app is sliding into handsets we speak, but doesn't include any new tabs for music. There are a few notable changes, though. First off, there's now the function of auto-updating apps by default, which is a great addition, as well as the option to auto-update only when connected to the Internet through WiFi.
The UI has also been tweaked which now sports smaller font, new app drawer icon, and a voice search button. It should hit your device shortly, exactly when, we don't know - but now you know its on its way.
Android Police have found the following changes in 3.3.11:
New setting: Auto-update apps (presumably, sets all apps to auto-update mode, woohoo!)
New setting: Update over Wi-Fi only
New setting: Auto-add shortcuts (automatically adds homescreen shortcuts for new apps, a la Honeycomb)
New app drawer icon
Microphone (voice command) button in search menu
Star rating chart on app pages
Minor UI tweaks