At Last Google Play made space at Google Toolbar. Google rebranded the Android Market as Google Play earlier this month, attempting to make it a one-stop shop for apps, e-books, music, and videos. You can be searching on Google, chatting with friends on G+ or checking Gmail and instantly jump to the Android Market web store, now known as the Google Play Store. In case you didn’t know you can browse apps, movies, and books right from your computer and instantly buy them. Google’s cloud service will push the new app, purchase, or download right to the device you select over the air. That feature is nothing new but now making it one step closer and even easier to access is a good move.
The addition of Play also gives Google’s black bar more of an entertainment focus, as both “Documents” and “Calendar” have been banished into the “More” category, which houses older or lower-priority services, such as Blogger, Google Finance, Google Videos and even Google Wallet.