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Google replaces Android Market

Recently Google replaced its android market and launched a new all rounder platform for apps, books, music and movies called Google Play. All the users of Android 2.2 and its above version notices software update within few days time, although other than name rest changes are minimal. Knowing this fact Google enters into the market [...]
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