Every year the competition between market rivals grows. It has come to a point where no end appears in sight. Google, with it’s Android mobile platform is gradually creeping up on Apple and the iOS platform. Android already has a considerable market share worldwide and is supposed to be the only true competitor for the iOS.
To be ahead in the game, these companies are required to make extensive changes to their existing products and services while at the same time innovate and release new ones. Google is going to revamp the Android Market extensively and is also putting a new label on it. Google Play has Android lovers excited. Here’s how you can get it instantly without waiting for release.
Ever since the original iPhone was launched back in 2007, the way the world views and uses mobile devices has changed. Before the iPhone, the mobile apps market wasn’t as big as it is now. Since the iPhone came along, the app industry has turned in to a multi-billion dollar business that continues to grow with each passing day. The success of a mobile platform and device depends on consumers.
These days, consumers want apps and lots of them. So basically the life of a product and a platform depends upon how many apps are available for it. The Android Market has it’s fair share of applications, despite various security issues that have come to light. Now with Google Play, all that is about to change.
Google Play is an integrated destination for apps, books, movies, and music. It can be accessed by anyone with an Android device as well as whosoever wishes to using the internet. Google Play amalgamates apps and media content in one place making it actually quite user-friendly. The Android Market has had a good run, but from here on out, it’s Google Play’s time.
It will take quite some time before the official roll out for all Android devices is completes. Lucky for you, we have a short tutorial that will install Google Play on any Android device. Simply follow the instructions given below to the letter. You will have Google Play up and running in no time.
Step 1: Install either one of the Play Books, Play Movies, or Play Music apps if you don’t already have them. Then update to the latest version.
Step 2: Clear Android Market data by navigating to Settings > Apps > Market.
Step 3: Whatever app you downloaded in step one, launch that. Now tap the Play Store icon and accept the revised terms of service. Voila, you now have Google Play on your Android device.
Don’t worry if this procedure doesn’t yield the required result after trying once. Repeat the steps a couple of times. Make sure you have not looked something over. If there’s still no luck, then you’ll have to wait for the official release. However this procedure has been confirmed to work on Android 2.2 and later versions.