Google’s Android app store is the place to buy apps

Google’s Android app store is the place to buy apps

Google has announced it will begin accepting Android apps directly from the Google Play Store this fall, marking the first time the company has officially offered the software as a store option.

The move comes as Google continues to grapple with a new crop of Android malware threats that threaten users’ security, with more than 4,000 Android apps compromised since the start of the year, according to a study by cybersecurity firm FireEye.

The most recent reported incident involved the Android app Snooze, which is known for its use of the Play Store to download malware.

Google also announced a new “snooze” app for Android devices that will allow users to quickly delete their phone and then restart it with a tap of a button.

The new feature, called “Snooze Now,” was made available to the Android developers in the new Android 4.4 KitKat release.

The Play Store, which Google says has been available for more than a year, is a marketplace for apps designed to be downloaded by people without Google accounts, which has been a significant source of revenue for the company.

The service has been used to fund the development of Google Maps, Google Earth, Google Photos, Google Now, Google Calendar, and Google Search.

Google said it will start accepting Android app submissions by November 23, allowing users to start getting apps directly to their phones.

Users will have the option to opt in to receive the apps directly or to “install” them through the Google Store, where they will be stored for a specified period of time.

The store will also offer additional features such as free delivery and offline purchases, as well as the ability to search through the apps that are accepted by the store.

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