The Google Play Store is going to get a major overhaul with the introduction of a new app called “Google Now” on September 25.
The app will allow users to use the phone to receive reminders, get news and make phone calls, according to Google.
Google Now is the new Google Now app on Google Android phones, with a new interface and new features like Google Now search.
The new app, which is available in the US, will be available on Google Play and other US Android stores starting on September 5.
Google says the new app will be more useful for the people who need more information and suggestions, but the app will also help you with everyday tasks, like keeping track of how many hours you’ve slept or how much you ate last night.
Users will be able to download the app on the Google Play store as soon as September 5, but Google is asking users to wait until September 5 to receive the update.
Google is also asking users that download the Google Now update to turn off the “auto-sync” feature on their phone, and to wait for it to download.
Users can also choose to automatically download and install the app if they choose to do so, but if they want to disable the auto-sync feature, they can do so in the settings.
The Google Now service is available for free, but you’ll need to purchase the app from the Google Store.
The apps Google Play is selling are priced at $1.99, $2.99 and $3.99.
Google said it plans to expand the app to other platforms.