Google’s new “Android app store” is coming to mobile devices, with users able to buy products from an array of retailers and apps in the search giant’s app store.
The new store will be available on Android smartphones, tablets, and computers, and it will offer a number of new features.
For starters, users will be able to search for products by price and category, and there will be options for “Buy Now” and “Buy Next” in the store.
Users will also be able “lock in” on their desired purchase and, by default, be able set a payment method that will not be charged to their credit cards.
This means that Google will not allow customers to make multiple purchases at once, and users will not have to worry about paying for their devices.
However, users should be aware that these changes will not take effect until Android 8.0 Oreo, due out this spring.
Users can also shop through the Google Store, which is the company’s online shopping site, but it will not offer “Buy now” or “Buy next” options.
Users can, however, make a purchase from the Google Home app or from the Amazon app on a PC, Mac, or iOS device.
Google has said that the new Android app store will bring more features to Google Play, including “more convenient shopping and shopping experience.”