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    Google Play is an endless world of entertainment and a Google Play Gift Card is your ticket in.

    Are looking for an original Christmas, birthday, or anniversary gift? Look no further, because Google Play Gift card is the ultimate gift for any Android user. Ever since 2012, Google Play has been the number one app store for Android users worldwide. With nearly 3 million apps available, Google Play will surely have something for everyone.

    If you are someone who likes to try out new apps and see all discover new and interesting features, then a Google Play Gift Card can be of help. Also, this can be an ideal solution for surprising your gaming friend who enjoys mobile games. With this card, you can purchase some of the latest apps and games, and have them on your phone or tablet within seconds. But it doesn’t end here. You can also access the latest music and thousands of movies, and enjoy them on your device no matter where you are.

    A Google Play Gift Card can also be the perfect gift for any book lover. Book fans can now have their favourite book in the palm of their hand within minutes by using the Google Play Gift Card to purchase it on Google Play. This can be an ideal solution for someone who spends a lot of time on the train or the bus, or for someone who just doesn’t want to leave the house to visit a nearby bookstore.


Google Play developers can now use generative AI to create store listings

Generative AI really is everywhere. It's used to make social media avatars. It can help debug code. It can even ask nosey neighbors to be a little more polite to each other. Now, Google is hoping to use it to encourage app developers to expand their use of custom store listings on the Google Play store. New features announced at Google I/O will give developers will access to AI-powered tools that will help them create new listings and convert their existing app listings into multiple languages.App developers could already create up to 50 custom store listings, but Google hopes these new tools will make managing them easier. To start, it's introducing a store listing groups feature that allows developers to craft a base listing for their app, and then modify specific elements to tailor it to a specific audience demographic or event. Potential users visiting your app's store listing from YouTube might see one set of screenshots, while visitors from another country might see a different series of images, as well as an app description in their native language.The new AI-powered features seem designed to make that easier. The AI helper, for example, can take developer prompts highlighting a key feature or marketing theme, and spit out ready-made text to help a user craft a targeted Google Play Store listing. There's also a new machine translation tool that can help developers quickly list their app in 10 different languages.Although most of these new features were built to help developers find and expand their audience, there's at least one new tool being rolled out to average users: AI-powered review summaries. Google says the feature should "help users learn from each other" about what makes an app "special at a glance." Even this is designed to help apps gain more reach, however: at launch it will only help summarize positive reviews in English.This article originally appeared on Engadget at

Google Play Games for PC is now available in Europe and New Zealand

You no longer have to live in one of a handful of countries to try the official option for Android games on Windows. The Google Play Games beta has expanded to over 40 European countries (including the UK) and New Zealand. The additions now make the platform available in 56 countries total, up from just 13 as of November.Google Play Games currently offers more than 100 Android titles. You might not recognize all of them, but better-known releases like Asphalt 9, Homescapes and Last Fortress are included. Google routinely adds new games to the service, and promises access in more countries "soon."The requirements are relatively light. You'll need a PC with at least Windows 10, a solid-state drive, 8GB of RAM and a four-core CPU running Intel's UHD 630 graphics (found in 8th- and 9th-gen Core chips) or its AMD equivalent. Google recommends a dedicated "gaming-class" GPU like NVIDIA's GeForce MX450 and a CPU with eight logical cores (such as through hyperthreading). If your computer is no more than a few years old, you can likely give this a try.This isn't the only way to play Android games on Windows, of course. Windows 11 offers apps from Amazon's store, while clients like BlueStacks have been available for years. However, Google Play Games may be enticing if you want Google's full backing and don't mind a limited catalog.This article originally appeared on Engadget at