Add apps, ebooks, music, and movies to your Androd by using the Google Play Store app. Browse or search Google Play for new apps. Obtain a free app or ebook. Pay for an app by using a credit card, add a new credit card, or use Google Play credit or another account. Save apps or media for later by adding it to your wishlist. Review your wishlist. Access the Play Store app by choosing the Shop item from the navigation drawer in Play Books, Play Movies & TV, and the Play Music apps.
To do so tap the agree or accept button.…To ensure that your viewing the top level for the Play Store…tap the back arrow in the upper left corner of the screen…until you see the side menu icon,…then you tap the side menu icon…and on the navigation drawer you choose apps & games.…To find new apps for your Android…you can either browse or search.…To browse tap a top level category,…the scroll left to right.…
- Exploring basic Android operations
- Understanding the Home screen
- Connecting with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
- Managing apps
- Creating contacts
- Receiving and sending email
- Handling phone calls and accessing voicemail
- Browsing the web
- Taking photos and videos
- Getting directions and finding locations
- Making appointments and setting alarms and timers
- Managing file storage
- Extending battery life
- Monitoring data usage
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Windows 10 Anniversary Update Essential Trainingwith Nick Brazzi7h 55m Appropriate for all
1. Basic Android Operations
2. Customize and Configure
3. Managing Apps
4. Your Mobile Address Book
5. Mobile Email
6. On the Phone
7. The Mobile Web
8. Smile for the Camera
9. From Here to There
10. Plan Your Day
11. Troubleshoot Your Android
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