‘Google Play’ Gets a Place in the Navigation Bar


On Monday afternoon, Google enabled a peculiarly new button on the navigation bar at the top and named it the Play. Google Play, as already known is the re-branded Android Market which gives users with everything they need. Right from applications, games to movies, Google Play will be seen to be featuring. It seems like Google is making Google Play, the ultimate place for every digital thing that one loves to own.

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The button started showing up in the navigation bar of almost all the Google Search users right from Monday and the button Play seems to be sporing a text named “New” nearby. As known to most out there, whatever gets featured in the navigation bar from Google, certainly seems to get a boost. Earlier Google placed the Google+ button at the left most section of the navigation bar and now, Google+ is a widely popular social networking sites. Google+ is now linked to most of the Google products (like Google Search’s marriage with Google+) out there and Google is trying the best to make Google+ virally popular.

If everything turns out to be good, Google Play would certainly prove to be a really good product to Google. Google Play is an one stop place for all the products that one loves to own. If you ever wanted to play the latest released Angry Birds Space on your Android device, you can easily get the free version at Google Play. It is also reported that movies can be seen and bought via Google+

So, why is Google playing a lot aggressively? Though Android is getting really popular each day, there is no denying that Apple’s App Store is the top in the niche for the best applications and games. Google Play seems to be ranking the second even now. So is it that Google is playing catch up with this new addition to the navigation bar?

2 Comments on ‘Google Play’ Gets a Place in the Navigation Bar

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  2. This is a really ineltlignet way to answer the question.

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