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Google Play online entertainment

Updated on December 7, 2014

Everything Google can be played on all Android mobile devices


Google loves playing

It looks from the likes of Google Play, the infamous search giant is monopolizing on everything web related in terms of online entertainment. Such things as online movies, music, books, games and even android apps, all are the latest in Google's arsenal to target its users & for share entertainment purposes, but this time they seek to make huge profits.

I actually tried Google music, and it provides an instantaneous synchronization of your desktops music files, and without you noticing at first, that's if you decide to download Google Music to your desktop. (It was introduced to the public on November 16, 2011, according to wikipedia) .

As soon as you join the network there, you're able to select from a huge selection of music artists, and your own music collections as well that's synched from your desktop, upon actual desktop download, and only if you opt to get the web application's program loaded onto your PC.

I was blown away to find many of my personal musical performances I've created on my computer, sitting up there on Google Music, and existent online immediately on the music section, quickly after I joined it there.

The multimedia and film industry has appeared to take trust in Google, to help them reclaim much of the losses incurred by all the online piracy, since Google has most of the web at their mercy. Hence the whole factor in which online movies can be purchases legally using Google Play as a sort of digital docking point of sorts, without any synching though, its all on the Cloud (online everything accessibility on any device). It actually is a way to connect to Youtube movies, which they also host online for users to gain access to.

Very funny video from Revision 3

Everyone loves Music!


My Music

Google has a cool interface on their Google Play network, featuring some of the most awesome online virtual offers for digital music, books, movies, and even android apps.

The way it works, the user has the choice to make online purchases there, but also needs to sign up prior to doing so, and if your already a Gmail member, or Youtube account holders.

Google Music is one of the cool options of choice you can choose from there, which allows you to also synch your own music you have on your desktop after signing up, it makes it very user friendly, you also can make purchases of music there, and it beats having to go anywhere to own your favorite music from official artists in the music industry.

Let the games begin!

Android Apps & Games

Google is loaded with cool surprises for its dedicated online users, and also for its mobile gadgets users such as the android operating system, which exists today on all of google mobile devices they've so elegantly crafted in recent years.

Using the Google Play network, you have the option to utilize and shop from the Android market also known as the android apps store, which supplies a vast array of games, and cool functionally unique programs that help to enhance the user experience on all of the mobile devices, running all versions of the Android operating system.

Ice Cream Sandwich, and honeycomb are just two cool code names for these awesome concept OS's, (OS - Operating Systems) that Google has set fourth into full bloom, and put into digital action for their Android super powers today, and the fun is just getting started.

Reading is fun-da-mental just Google it!

Google Books

Who would have known just 5 to 10 years ago, that online there would come a day that any and all books worldwide, could simply be accessed, purchased and read digitally anywhere using internet WiFi ready mobile devices. Well obviously, the owners of these power house networks had the right idea, and walla its all here & now today.

Google books is now fused into this awesome network as well, Google has become a web giant and has built some pretty amazing technologies in recent years, and their users now have the ability to locate literally any book that's been shared across the web or search engine, since it is the largest archive of online everything.

Soon to make them the greatest digital storage facility and resource for readers worldwide ever, and eventually to be crowned the ultimate readers digest of the web.

Google makes watching movies fun! & easy to access


Featured on google Play for $3.99 & also sold to Youtube users

My Movies

For the longest time there's been the whole online piracy of movies, and bootlegging on the ground, that has actually put Hollywood through a firestorm of troubles sort of speak, in terms of the losing of potential profits.

Well, today the battle rages onward online, and google must have been selected to be a digital savior of sorts for hollywood, and amongst many other huge competing networks such as the Hulu Network, Netflix, and many more (Google's top competitors in the United States in the legal selling & usage of online movies, being sold digitally for download or movie streaming worldwide).

Google definitely intends to win this battle and why not when almost everything today that hits the silver screen is also hitting the web, why not try to reclaim what's been lost in cyber space all these years, by having a web giant literally take over then entire thing, especially when they're backed by the US Governmental laws to do so.

I guess the whole theory or saying that goes like this. "If you can't beat em, join em", takes full precedence here when it comes to keeping up with the online competition, both legal battles and the illegal ones as well. Google now has the green light as well, to take down illegal infringing websites from companies or individuals that break copyright laws, according to the DMCA rulings and online legislation for digital media on the web, which protects the rights of individuals who have full ownership and rights to such digitized content or data.

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      Mike Pugh 6 years ago from New York City

      I'd like to think I'm actually watching big brother, with all this awesome technology we have at our disposal today, LOL.

      Well thanks for returning, and yup online privacy is only going to go as far as you allow it to go.

      I never reveal much myself, nothing pertinent to my real life anyhow, but its to each ones own I guess.

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      Suelynn 6 years ago from Manitoba, Canada

      I hope it's all good, CloudExplorer...sometimes I worry about lack of privacy as I feel this Giant collects WAY too much information... Big Brother is watching us.... just because I sound paranoid doesn't mean they are not out to get us! Ha!

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      Mike Pugh 6 years ago from New York City

      Thanks @Suelynn, for the visit, the vote up, and for sharing.

      I also enjoy all these cool new digital technologies, and Google is poring them out non-stop it seems, I wonder what's next to come.

      Lets hope we can all catch up a bit, but if not its all good.

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      Suelynn 6 years ago from Manitoba, Canada

      Fabulous hub, CloudExplorer! I am glad to learn about the new technologies and need to plug in one of these days. I always thought that these separate developments should come together, and by the sound of your hub, they are doing just that. Voted up, useful and interesting. :)

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      Mike Pugh 6 years ago from New York City

      That is true Michael, you're 100% correct on that, I think that writing is tough on the web for that matter, because we truly never know if people will even like what we think may interest them and even if we use hot keywords, that may just have been hot at that moment and cold the next.

      So I tend to try to write more about topics that have the potential for longevity, and especially if they're such things as new technologies like Google's many projects that they choose to launch, but either way it is a sort of gamble, you know. Thanks again on retuning here, your words are empowering and motivating as well.

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      molometer 6 years ago from United Kingdom

      Hi Mike,

      You never can tell what people know. As a teacher I find that we have to re-introduce ideas for every generation and sometimes to the current generation too. This was a very useful introduction to the whole cloud idea. Great work.

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      Mike Pugh 6 years ago from New York City

      @molometer Yeah I found it and was like there's no way I'm not going to share this funny tech video, in hopes it could help spice up such a dry subject.

      Plus I figured so many folks must already know what it is all about anyhow, and might just like the cool video addition for a quick laugh. Thanks man for reading and sharing with me like we do often up here in hubville.

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      molometer 6 years ago from United Kingdom

      That guy is so funny in the video. I was really laughing.

      This is a great introduction hub to the whole Google play offering.

      Well done Mike and thanks for sharing these trend setting ideas.

      Voted awesome interesting and useful sharing socially.

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      Mike Pugh 6 years ago from New York City

      Your welcome @Tammyswallow, I also need to catch up myself, hopefully once my income here picks up, if it ever does that is, may then I can get rid of my Hero Android phone, and get an iPhone or something better that's surely due to come.

      Thanks for reading and for sharing with me here, I did my best with the overall presentation, I'm glad you liked it.

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      Tammy 6 years ago from North Carolina

      This looks like a lot of fun. I need to get out of the dark ages and get an Iphone (and a Kindle...). Google is really expanding faster than I can keep up with all these neat applications. Thanks for presenting them in such a wonderful way.

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      Mike Pugh 6 years ago from New York City

      Thanks @TToombs08 for the cool comment, I'm so happy to to have all this cool technology, now all I need is the income to make these purchases they offer, lol. Oh and especially them cool useful mobile gadgets many people can actually afford today.

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      Terrye Toombs 6 years ago from Somewhere between Heaven and Hell without a road map.

      This is SO cool! Thanks for writing about this, Cloud! Now, if only they can get me organized. LOL! Voting this up and way cool...and sharing!

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      Mike Pugh 6 years ago from New York City

      No problem at Flashmakeit, I'm so glad I found your question in the Q&A area, I'll make sure to create a link to it for sure, thanks for the inspiration, and for reading my hub here.

      On the original hubpages format there was an automatic link created to the question asked to credit the originator and for others to give it a crack at answering, but I'm not sure what happen after they changed to the new layout on these technical hubs here, who knows right.

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      flashmakeit 6 years ago from usa

      Thank you so much for explaining Google Play in so much detail.

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      Mike Pugh 6 years ago from New York City

      Thanks @cclitgirl for leaving such a cool message here for me, and as the first visitor to my hub here. Web and tech hubs generally have a tough time getting views, so I definitely appreciate you reading my hub, sharing and showing interest.

      I love what google is doing today with the web, they pretty much cleaning up shop, and making it all organized and regulated at the same time, which we do need today for sure.

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      Cynthia Calhoun 6 years ago from Western NC

      I love it: If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. I'm doing that with my art. I've traditionally been a painter, now I'm switching over to digital art (I plan on writing a hub about that later this summer). I figure if we're in the digital age, then it's worth it to try digital art and online writing. :) I remember when Google Play came out - I didn't feel like making purchases then, so I just kept listening to Pandora. But, you make me think that I need to give this a second look. So, I will! Thanks!


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