Why Google will soon offer free apps and games to all Android users

Google is going to make it easy for everyone to access free apps from all the major Android phone manufacturers.

Google will eventually launch a free version of Google Play, a Google service that allows users to install new apps on their phones from third-party developers.

Google will offer a free Android version of Play for a limited time on phones that include the Android operating system, but will remove the free version from older phones.

The Google Play service is meant to let people with limited data plans access free Google apps, games and other content, and is a way for the company to increase revenue from advertising and monetize Android.

The company is already doing that by allowing people to download games for free from other players, such as EA, Microsoft and others.

It’s also making it easier for Google Play users to download apps from the Google Play store.