You may have noticed the new tab on Google’s website called Play (Google Play), and just like so many people may have been wondering what is it all about? Today I am going to try and explain to you in very simple terms what Google Play means.
What is Google Play? According to Wikipedia, Google Play is a digital content service from Google which includes an online store for music, movies, books, android apps and games as well as a cloud music player. That’s the beauty of Google play, everything is in the cloud. Google earlier announced that they will be rebranding the Android market as the Google Play and now they have incorporated other contents like eBooks, music, videos under this new brand – Google play.
What is Google Play?
The Android market has been replaced with the new Google Play. Once you purchase any apps, movie, music or eBook from Google Play. You can now be able to access all your contents from your laptops, iPad, Smartphones. Google will make anything you buy from Google Play store instantly available on all you devices. No software is required, no wires, no syncing is needed as you can have direct access to your content in the cloud. Simply, your content is stored in the cloud and you access it from anywhere in the world via your compatible devices.
Imagine instantly playing your favourite musics or seeing your best movies on your computer, Android phone or tablets. Once you choose any music on Google Play, it is authomatically stored in your Google Play music and you can play it instantly, no syncing is needed.
You can also share your content with your friends on Google +. When you purchase music from Google Play, you can share with your friends. Same with other contents as well.
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