Google Play To Replace Android Market To Challenge iCloud [video]

| March 6, 2012 | Reply

Google hasn’t exactly been known for a streamlined approach to what they offer to consumers, but they are taking steps to try to combat that with the introduction of Play. Play will look like a refreshed market, but will also hold a cloud based storage tool for all of us that will contain our apps, music, movies and books we have purchased through Google. To celebrate the opening every day Google will place various apps and music on sale for as low as $.25 cents each. The update should be coming across all devices over the next few days, and has already started hitting some tablets and Google TV devices. Someone should make an internet tethered car radio that will play your Google Music library. I know there are ways to accomplish this, but I want something exactly like that.

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