Jan 2018
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google play

how to use wish list and share options in google play

Like most people, you probably don’t want to become a Google Play expert. You just want to get the app you want or music you desire and get on with your life. Yet more exists to the Play Store app than simply obtaining new stuff.

 

Using the wish list :

While you dither over getting a purchase at Google Play, consider adding the item to your wish list: Tap the Wish List icon when viewing the app. The Wish List icon is shown in the margin, although its color changes depending on which category you’re viewing in the Play Store app.

 

To review your wish list, tap the Side Menu icon in the Play Store app,  Choose the My Wishlist item from the navigation drawer. You see all the items you’ve flagged. When you’re ready to buy, choose one and buy it!

 

Sharing an item from Google Play :

Sometimes you love your Play Store purchase so much that you just can’t contain your glee. When that happens, consider sharing the item. Obey these steps:

 

1 ) Open the Play Store app.

 

2 ) Browse or search for the app, music, book, or other item you want to share.

 

3 ) When you find the item, tap it to view its description screen.

 

4 ) Tap the Share icon.

You may have to swipe down the screen to locate the Share icon, shown in the margin. After tapping the Share icon, you see a menu listing various apps.

 

5 ) Choose an app.

For example, choose Gmail to send a Google Play link in an email message.

 

6 ) Use the chosen app to share the link.

What happens next depends on which sharing method you’ve chosen. For example, if you chose Gmail, compose the message.

 

The result of following these steps is that your friend receives a link. That person can tap the link on his mobile Android device and be whisked instantly to the Play Store app, where the item can be obtained.

 

Keeping stuff on the Device :

Books, music, and video that you obtain from Google Play are not copied to your phone. Instead, they’re stored on the Internet. When you access the media, it’s streamed into your device as needed. This setup works well, and it keeps your phone from running out of storage space, but it works only when an Internet connection is available.

 

When you plan on being away from and internet connection, such as when you are flying cross-country and are too stingy to pay for inflight Wi-Fi, you can download music, eBook, and movie purchases and save them on your phone.

 

To see which media is on your phone and which isn’t, open the Play Books, Play Music, or Play Movies & TV app. Follow these steps, which work identically in each app:

 

1 ) Tap the Side Menu icon.

 

2 ) In the navigation drawer, choose the Downloaded Only item.

The master control by the item is either on or off, depending on the item’s setting. If this step just now turned the item off, tap it again to turn it on.

 

3 ) Choose the Library item from the navigation drawer.

You see only those items stored directly on your phone. The rest of your library, you can assume, is held on the Internet.

 

To see your entire library again, repeat these steps, and in Step 2, ensure that the master control is in the Off position.

 

Items downloaded to your phone feature the On Device icon, similar to the one shown in the margin. The icon’s color differs between music, eBooks, and movies

 

To keep an item on your phone, look for the Download icon, similar to what’s shown in the margin. Tap that icon, and the item is fetched from the Internet and stored on your phone.

 

Keeping movies and lots of music on your Android phone consumes a lot of storage space. That’s okay for short trips and such, but for the long term, consider purging some of your downloaded media: Tap the On Device icon. Tap the Remove button to confirm.

 

Don’t worry about removing downloaded media. You can always access items in the phone’s media library when an Internet connection is active. And you can download items over and over without having to pay again.

 

Buying something remotely :

Google Play also features a website, which can be found at play. google.com/store. This online store features the same apps, videos, music, books, and so on that can be found in the Play Store app on your phone. It also includes devices, which are various hardware gizmos – including phones and tablets – you can purchase.

 

A nifty trick you can pull on the Google Play website is to remotely install apps on your phone or any Android device: Visit the website and click the Sign In button if you haven’t yet signed in. use your Google account, the same one you use on your Android phone.

 

As you browse items on the Google Play website, you can obtain apps or purchase media just as you would on your phone. An extra step has you choose on which of your Android devices you want the item installed. For example, you can choose and app and then select your Android phone from the Choose a Device menu. Click the Install button, and the device is remotely installed on your phone.

 

Don’t worry! No one else can use this feature to remotely install items on your phone. Only when you use your Google (or Gmail) account to sign in is this service available.

 

 

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