Since its release, the Google Now Launcher has only officially worked with Nexus and Google Play Edition devices. It’s not difficult to sideload the app to work on many other devices, but if you wanted it through the Play Store, you had to own one of Google’s “compatible” devices.
As expected, one of the Google products to get some attention at Google I/O is the Google TV platform. Google continues to increase consistency across product lines and Google TV is no exception. The UI has been updated to provide access to the Google Play store that is similar to that found on other Android devices. Consumers can purchase movies, music, and TV shows through the store.
https://play.google.com/store/devices (pre-order) --- http://www.androidcentral.com/nexus-7-real-see-it-now$199 8GB https://play.google.com/store/devices/d exus_7_8gb --- $249 16GB https://play.google.com/store/devices/d xus_7_16gbhttp://gizmodo.com/5921711/the-google-n indle-fireThe Nexus, a slim, trim piece of gear packed with the latest Jelly Bean release of Android, falls
I have an app published on the Play Store which is supposed to support Android API 14 or later. Recently, we've started getting feedback from some users that they aren't able to see the app in the store.
For example, a user with a Verizon Galaxy S3 gets an message about the app being incompatible when visiting the direct link but other S3 users can download fine.
Periodically my LG Optimus V has lost the Google Play Store icon since I bought the phone a few years ago. Google help gives me some mysterious story about me needing to contact the phone manufacturer because Google controls what devices it can be installed on. Howver, then Play appears again out of nowhere. Play also not available for download on Google Play Store online from a computer.