Google Play is available on most Android devices.
Google Play is the primary application store for the Android operating system.
It is available on most Android devices, and Google Play comes pre-installed on devices that support it.
An exhaustive list of supported devices is available on Google’s website, but it includes most major Android smartphones.
Many tablets also work with the Google Play store when they use Android as the operating system, such as Samsung’s Galaxy tab.
This means that the majority of devices overall support Google Play; Android has an 80.7 percent market share in operating systems, according to Gartner’s latest figures examining the market and the closest contender as an operating system is iOS.
Devices that won’t work with the Google Play store include Apple and Windows devices, and BlackBerry devices apart from the Priv.
Unlike with iOS, here are several other major app stores for Android including the Amazon app store and Slide ME and F-Droid.
Google announced recently that it was expanding access to the Google Play store to its Chrome devices, so that applications designed for Android can now appear on these cheaper laptops.