Google Play Store the the most simple way to add new apps to your AndroidTM smartphone. The Google Play Store is linked to the Google account with which you have set up your smartphone. If you have not yet set up a Google account, a wizard will guide you through the process of setting up the app.
If you need more help on how to use the Google Play Store, we recommend you visit the Google Play Store Help Centre.
You can also install apps from a USB stick or an SD card. You can get more information in this article: Install apps from unknown sources
Update my apps automatically
The most convenient and effective way to keep your tablet up to date, as well as achieve optimal performance, is to set up the automatic update of apps from the Google Play Store. You can find out how to do it in the Google Play Store Help Centre.
Remember to select the Update applications automatically only by Wi-Fi option so as not to use mobile data.
I have problems downloading or installing applications
If you are having difficulty downloading and installing applications, please follow the steps below:
- Make sure that both the Wi-Fi connection and your Google account are active.
- Check that the version of Google Play Store installed on your device is up to date. Some users have reported problems finding some apps when the Google Play Store version was not up to date. You can find more information on how to update Google Play Store in this article Update Google Play Store to the latest version.
I can't find an app in the Google Play Store
This is common, since some applications require certain hardware features (gyroscope for example), specific versions of the operating system or screen resolutions. If so, please contact the developer of the app to check if there is another version that is compatible with your smartphone.