Play your heart out

Google Play brings the music, movies, apps, books, news, and games you love to Android.

Have more fun with the games you love

Choose from a universe of games in the Play Games app. Play with friends from all over the globe, track your achievements, and see how you stack up against other players. And pick up wherever you left off, on any device. When you can play the world from anywhere, unlimited fun is just a tap away.

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Play more, play better

No matter what you’re looking for, Google Play has it all. Get the latest music, movies, TV, news, books, and magazines, and explore it all in new ways.

Music for everything you do

Get free, ad-supported radio for what you’re doing, how you’re feeling, or what you want to hear. Instantly start radio stations based on songs, artists, or albums, or browse by genre, mood, activity, decade, and more. Bring your own music collection with you by uploading 50,000 of your own songs; then listen to them across Android, iOS, and the web, for free.

Listen Now

Watch your must-see movies and shows, when and where you want them.

Buy or rent the biggest new releases way before the DVDs hit stores. Watch in HD on-the-go or on your TV, whether you’re online or off the grid. Then go deeper and unlock movie trivia tidbits with just a tap of the screen.

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Do more with books that come alive

With Google powered recommendations from the world’s largest collection of books, easy navigation, and the power of Google behind every page, you can read deeper and be inspired to go further than ever before.

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Feed your curiosity with the news and top stories you care about

Google Play Newsstand brings the magazines, newspapers and blogs you love together and puts the stories that matter most to you front and center. From free articles to premium content, each story is optimized for your device, with beautiful images, audio and video right inside the app.

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See what else Android has to offer