How to install and run Google Apps for Android on Android phones and tablets – Part 2

A week after the launch of Android 7.1.1 Marshmallow, the Google app store has been updated with the latest versions of Android apps.

The Google app, which now includes more than 1,200 apps, is available for download on the Google Play Store for Android devices.

In addition, the new versions of the Android OS include Google Now, which can show the weather and other relevant information, as well as the ability to view the status of a particular app.

As a result, the latest version of the Google apps can be used on many different devices including smartphones, tablets and more recently, on Android TV sets.

Google apps for Android also support new Google services including Google Maps, Google Photos, Google+ and YouTube.

In the latest update, Google Apps also supports offline reading of books, as it can automatically detect when you have connected your device to Wi-Fi and turn off the display of the book if it’s offline.

Android 7 Marshmallow also brings a new launcher and many improvements, including the ability for users to download apps from Google Play.

For Android 7, the launcher features a redesigned notification shade that now includes the date, time and date stamp of the app, as per Google’s guidelines.

Google Apps can also now be installed on Android tablets, as users can launch apps from the Google tablet app.

For more information, read our Android 7 review.