ExplainedGoogle Play is Google's new name for what we used to know as the Android Market, where Android users went to buy and download their mobile apps.
Google is reportedly considering plans to sell movies via Google Play in addition to the rental options it currently offers.
Google has ditched the Android Market moniker and announced a new all-in-one portal for apps, music, books and movies called Google Play.
No more will Android apps be confined to a mere 50MB as Google allows developers to produce applications up to 4GB in size.
Google has taken the surprising move of requiring all Android 4.0 handsets to feature its default theme, known as Holo.
Google has decided to do an end-of-year spring clean and rid the Android Market of a number of cloned games which contain malware and the like.
A number of premium apps on the Android Market are going for the bargain-basement price of just 10p, as Google goes bargain mad for the festive season.
Google has been a touch busy this week refreshing its application for the Android Market, adding an 'auto-update apps' feature.
Google has announced a software update for its UK-bound Google TV service, which incorporates the Android Market and Honeycomb OS for the first time.