Google Play Store is the official portal and store for Android games, apps as well as other content needed to power your tablet, phone, or Android TV device. On the other hand, Google App is the proprietary Google-recognized application, which comes pre-installed with nearly all the available Android devices like Maps, Gmail, Play Store and lots more.
These Google apps cannot be pre-installed with CyanogenMod, but must be separately installed, as a result of licensing limitations. The Google app is not expected to run or boot CyanogenMod. Nevertheless, a lot of users find Google apps useful for taking full advantage of the Android ecosystem.
Google has the Google Play Store, just as Apple has its own App Store as well. Both Google and Apple Play Stores are a huge place and provide a lot of content to all its users.
Google Play Store Apps have been developed by CyanogenMod independent developer, and for the convenience of the users, download links have been provided. With Google Play Store App, you can carry out a backup of the Google apps right on your device and restore them. The Google Play Store App packages are not in any way supported by CyanogenMod.
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Google Play Store App offers a lot of value for your hard earned cash and delivers a true cloud experience. It lets you store any type of file you want and boasts unparalleled mobile access.