Google’s new Android app will require users to download an app for their smartphones, which Google has said is too expensive for consumers.
It has also said it will be more expensive than the iPhone and iPad versions, and it will require developers to put their apps on Google’s Play Store.
But Google’s app isn’t all bad news for children.
Its apps, which are free and available for download, will have all the features of the iPhone app, including voice-activated messaging, search, and a calendar.
It will also come with Google Play Music, which is free for kids to download.
It is still not clear what kind of apps Google will offer.
But one developer says the new app will be a big step toward making kids more interested in the Android ecosystem.
The developer, The Verge’s Ben Smith, told us Google is going to have to make the apps cheaper to get the kids excited.
But he said the new version of the app will have “all the same basic functionality as the iPhone version” that he and his team made for the iPhone App Store in December.
That’s a big ask for Google.
In the past, Google has charged premium fees for its Android apps.
Its app store, for example, has charged $2.99 per month for a paid version.
Google’s parent company, Alphabet, has also had to charge a fee for its apps, in an attempt to lure users away from Apple.
But now Google will be the only company that can charge for its app.
That may make for an attractive offering to parents, who are increasingly willing to pay for apps that let them take their kids to the movies, read the news, and watch sports on their phones.
But many Android developers are skeptical about the new pricing, saying that’s too much for the software.
One developer, Jonathan Haidt, told the Verge that the new Android version will cost a lot more than the original iPhone app.
And Google may be able to make money by making its apps more appealing to kids.
But for now, the new Google app will likely be too expensive to make a dent in Google’s App Store.
But for those of us who love Google products, it may just be the beginning of the end.