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    Google Play (2008-2012 former name Android Market) is a package manager and electronic media distribution / sales platform developed for the Google Android operating system. It allows users to familiarize with the Android SDK and browse and download Google suspended apps and serves as the official app store for the Android operating system. Includes help sales service for music, movies, books, apps and games for Android, as well as a Cloud media player. This service is available on the web, on Android's Play Store phone app and on Google TV. The content sold can also be accessed from all these applications and platforms. Google Play offers a digital media store that offers music, magazines, books, movies and television shows. Until it was made available to the Google Store on March 11, 2015, Google was in the bid to purchase hardware devices. Usage is available for free or at a cost via Google Play. You can download the application from the Play Store mobile app directly to an Android or Google TV device, or distribute it to a device from Google Play websites. The Android Market logo was launched on March 6, 2012, by bringing the Google Play service Android Market, Google Music and Google eBook store together with a single brand, and a letter was written on the digital distribution strategy. Among the services under the Google Play flag running are: Google Play Music, Google Play Books, Google Play Movies and TV, Google Play Newsstand and Google Play Games. Google Play Store has reached more than 2.2 million apps and 50 million downloads. Google account is required to use Google Play and its services for free, additional credit card and payment systems are required for paid service benefits.

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