Play Store by Google is a game, app, and movie/TV library you can install on your Android phones. You simply open it, choose the app/game/movie you want to download and it's on its way to your phone in no time! The best thing about the Play Store is that everyone is using it: both the developers and the users. If an Android app exists, it's on the Play Store, except for apps that breach their terms of service.
It's divided into three sections: Games, Apps, and Movies. All three sections display content recommended for you, top charts, or different categories for everything. For instance, when you tap on a game, you'll be able to see its photos, possibly a trailer video, and its user reviews. If you need to pay for it, Google Wallet is neatly implemented.
Google Play is also extremely useful for managing your app and game library. You can update them automatically or manually, manage the installed ones, or view every app and game you have ever installed in chronological order. All apps on the Google Play Store are scanned for malware and their protection has worked quite well so far.
Reviewed by Vedin Klovo (editor rating 5 out of 5 stars)
If you are an Android user, it's probably difficult for you to imagine a life where your phone isn't closely connected to Google via Gmail, YouTube, and Play Store. Seriously, what would we do without the Play Store on our phones? Well, there are other ways to install apps but Play Store is the easiest!