The Google Play Store application is available in the Google Play Store. Almost all Android devices are sold with the Play Store app already installed. If the app isn't installed on a device, it can be added by visiting the Google Play Store website on the device's web browser.
Access to content in the Play Store requires a Google account. Users are prompted to sign in when they attempt to purchase or install an item from the store. When prompted to sign in, click "Sign in," then "Create an account."
Non-Android devices can access the Play Store with a web browser. Although these devices can't run games or other applications sold in the Play Store, they can access music and other content. Music sold in the Play Store can be played on any device that can play mp3 files. Google Play Books can be viewed on Android devices, iPhones (with the free Google Play Books app for iOS), and both Windows and Apple computers. The Play Store also sells an array of different devices, including phones, tablets, laptops and smart watches.
Product availability in the Play Store varies by country. For a complete list of content types and the countries in which they are available, visit the help pages at the Play Store website.