The Android Market is no more people. The Android Market (Standalone App store for Android OS) has gone through many changes from its inception. First it only provided apps but later on Android users were able to download ebooks, music, videos and stuff.
So now Google has decided to unify all their content serving services under one name, yes, Google Play. From today on Android Market, Google eBooks, video and music will become a part of Google Play.
The Android Market on your phone will soon be upgraded to Google Play Store and of course you will find all your content there. Be it the Games, apps, music or even videos, there’s one single place you will find it i.e Google Play Store.
Google is celebrating this new start with “7 Days to Play” sale which is giving some great discounts on various stuff on Google Play store.
Now lets quickly summarize what Google Play has to offer.
- Store upto 20,000 songs for free and buy millions of new tracks
- Download more than 450,000 Android apps and games
- Browse the world’s largest selection of eBooks
- Rent thousands of your favorite movies, including new releases and HD titles.
Distribution of services will vary with countries. Here’s what you get in:
- U.S.: Music, movies, books and Android apps
- Canada & U.K.: Movies, books and Android apps
- Australia: Books and apps
- Japan: Movies and apps
- Everywhere else: Android apps.
Sounds good? Well yes, most of it does.
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