A few days ago, Google rolled out their new Google Play Store as a replacement. Some users claim they have received it while others say the Google Play Store is still not visible to them. Google is coming up with new strategies to compete with its rivals which mainly include Apple’s App Store.
The look has been altered slightly. But the content remains to be the same. Nevertheless, this guide will show you how to push the upgrade if your device is running firmware 2.2 or greater. The only noticeable thing right now is the cool new icon.
How to use Google Play Store on your device:
Step 2: Go to Settings, then Apps, then Market and press the Clear data button.
Step 3: Open one of the following installed above: Play Books, Play Movies or Play Music and press the new Play Store icon.
Step 4: Accept the new terms of service
That’s it! It will be installed smoothly on your device. If it doesn’t work out for you at the first shot, you can wait a bit and repeat the steps. Some users automatically received the update on their Google TV. However, this guide can be used to get it on your smartphone/tablet.
The official blog of Google described it as a digital entertainment destination where users can enjoy and share their favorite movies, books, music apps online and on their phone or tablet. All the movies, music and books are stored online as Google Play is entirely cloud-based.
With Google Play, users can store around 20,000 songs for free and buy millions of new tracks online. Download more than 450,000 apps and games. Browse the world’s largest selection of eBooks. Rent thousands of movies including HD titles and new releases.
As Google is being mentioned here, you might want to check out how to view Google Doc files with internet access.