On Thursday, Google announced that it is introducing an Android-based version of its Game Center, a search and game search app that lets users search for games by genre, publisher, and release date.
That app, called Google Play Games, is being launched with a free, ad-supported trial.
The free trial is also available to new Google Play customers.
Google Play games is available to anyone with an Android phone running Android 4.4 or higher, and to everyone with an iOS device running iOS 5.0 or higher.
Google said that this app was designed to “create an easy way to find, play, and discover the best games for your Android device.”
For example, the app allows users to search for popular games that were made with Android, iOS, or both, and it will help you find and play those games on any Android device running the latest version of Android.
The app will also let you play games for free from the Google Play Store.
Google is also offering its Play Games app for free to anyone who already owns or is eligible to download the free trial.
“We’ve worked hard to create a simple, easy-to-use, easy to use experience that makes it easy to find and discover great games for all ages,” Google Play CEO John Mueller said in a statement.
Google announced Game Center last year as an extension to the Google search app and was meant to be a Google search replacement.
The company’s app has been available in the Play Store since 2014.
Google also recently released a free app called Google Search, which lets users find and download free games from the Play store.
Google launched its first paid game in June 2016.
But the company has since rolled out a number of other paid games that allow users to buy and download content for free.
Google has also made several other paid game purchases and the company is now working to launch a free version of Google Play.