Posted by The Register on Friday, 12 April 2016 | 6:09:00Google has been making its apps, but only for a while now.
The search giant has now announced a number of new apps that will run natively on Android.
The first is a brand new app called Google Play Games.
The app will let you create and play games from your phone, tablet or laptop.
Google Play has a new ‘Apps for Developers’ section in the Play Store where you can see apps that are ready for your device, but it’s not a full app store.
Instead, you’ll find a ‘games for developers’ section, where developers can upload their apps for download.
That means the app will only work on Google’s own devices.
In the Google Play games section you’ll also find ‘Android Games’ and ‘Android Music’.
These categories will be used to display all of the Android apps Google Play currently supports, and they will include the Google Assistant.
Android Music is also in the Google app, alongside the new Google Play game, and this means you can use your Android device to control other Android devices, like your smart TV.
Google Play Games is currently available for download on Google Play for the following devices:The Google Play app is also available for Windows, Mac and Linux.
Google says the apps are available for free to developers.
Google says that if you have an Android phone or tablet, you can download the apps.
Google also says that developers can sign up for the Google Developer Program.