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Google Play is Google's online shop for Android apps, music, movies & TV shows, e-books and e-magazines, and some Google devices. Not for everything. Certainly not for desktop software. See also: Introduction to Google Play Let me see if I can clarify. Google Play is where you... buy e-books for Google Play Books (Android) buy magazines for Google ...
The Google Play Store allows you to download and purchase Android apps, as well as music, movies, TV shows, e-books and magazines, and some Android devices and accessories. The Chrome Web Store allows you to download and purchase apps, extensions and themes for your Google Chrome browser (or Chrome OS device).
Have you tried these support instructions? Update a Card Sign in to your account at https://wallet.google.com/manage. Click Payment methods along the left side of the page. Click Edit next to the card you would like to change. Once you've made the desired updates, click Save. If you'd like to use this card as your default payment method, ...
This feature is currently only available to select developers, not all. I also do not have this ability. From http://support.google.com/googleplay/android-developer/answer/138230?hl=en: We are also piloting a new developer response feature, where select developers can publicly reply to any comment once. In such a case, an email will be sent to the ...
The best you can do is ordering the ratings (but the order is "surprisingly" descending...):
Google is known for their sense of humor and this just seems to be another example of one of their Easter Eggs. My guess is that when you do an empty search, you are searching for something that doesn't exist, so... why not unicorns?
You can add an Android app to your wishlist from computer web browser by clicking on the "Wishlist" button just next to "Install" or "Buy" button. To access you wishlist from the browser being signed in you have to click on the "Settings" button (upper right corner, gear icon) and choose My Orders option from the drop down list. Next on the left hand side ...
Unfortunately to this moment Google not provide such feature to list all our reviews and ratings from Google Play. But there is method to search all of ours reviews by typing to google.com phrase: inurl:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details +"John Doe" where John Doe is our name we use in Google+, but of course this name should be unique.
Really following your link I see that I could download PDF using an option under the right-top "wheel" button. But I see it as logged Google user.
I don't know why no error message is given. Pretty terrible. But when I fixed the currency problem, it also fixed this endless continue - choose-card loop, and let make an actual purchase. Yay! Before reading how to fix this, note this weird stuff: There is no direct way to change the currency. And even after you change some settings that affect ...
There are no differences in the songs. The difference in price is because the albums are from different music labels.
Sorry mate, as of June 2015, Google Books doesn't have support for a ToC for uploaded PDFs. I would recommend converting the PDF an EPUB using an app such as Calibre.
This works for Google Play apps for Android and devices only, but most of Google Play is no longer for desktop on the web. Via Google see your app's ratings & reviews, you can see your app’s ratings and review data by exporting it to CSV files(s). By exporting ratings and reviews from the Developer Console, you can analyze trends in bulk to ...
i think it is impossible now. Because if you want to use google analytics firstly you have to upload a specific-named file to your host. So google understand you and it stores your data. Google play is not your area, you only have profile. :)
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