• Anonymous

    I think this is a move in response to their upcoming home automation. I can totally see “Google Play Enabled” on devices. It broadens the general consumers view to beyond Android and smartphones. They are really aiming to bring it all under one roof, even there non Android products. Although, I’m not sure about the name “Play.” 

    Hopefully it doesn’t go the way of the Playbook o_0

    • Anonymous

      Good point Jim, very well could be.

    • Anonymous

      Good point Jim, very well could be.

  • Martin

    “My Apps” under the desktop browser store still lists every app you’ve ever downloaded with no way of removing them.  How about Google do something about this glaring lack of functionality before messing around with cosmetics?

  • TechGuy-Tech

    The word “Play” has a connotation of something that is not serious. The name implies that there are no serious business apps or utilities.

    Market seemed to me a much better name.

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