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Why Google Play

With the ability to publish rapidly to more than 1 billion active Android users, Google Play helps you grow a global audience for your apps and games and earn revenue.

Reach over 1 billion active
Android users

When you publish on Google Play you put your apps and games in front of over 1 billion active Android users, in more than 190 countries and territories around the world.

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Get discovered

The Play store experience is continually being improved to help users discover apps and games that they’ll love.

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Monetize your apps and games

With Google Play billing, you have granular control to charge for apps, in-app products, and subscriptions. It’s fast, easy, and safe for users to make payments using various methods in over 135 countries.

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Grow your business

As well as letting you publish your apps and games to every Android platform, the Google Play Console is full of powerful features to help your app or game business succeed.

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Innovate on Android

Find your next business opportunity on Google Play, by distributing your apps and games to new Android form factors, such as Daydream for immersive virtual reality, Chromebooks, Wear, TV, & Auto; and to new audiences such as families and enterprises.

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Be part of a trusted store

Our goal is to protect the integrity of Google Play which benefits our developer community and the end user.

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Get help and support

The Google Play Console Help Center contains information to guide you through the console’s features. When you have specific account, publication, or transaction issues, you can contact our support team for help.

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