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No, the apps found in the Google Play Store will not work on Windows 8, only on Android. The store can be accessed from the internet, though, and all of the books, music, and movies will be available through an internet browser.
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Google Play store will not support Kindle Fire since amazon wants to be the only App provider for Kindle. However, you may try looking for those apps in alternative app stores… such as 1mobile market or Aptoide!!!
you need to go back to the andriod part on the fone were u get ur games n music from or go to the shop to get it renstalled
Google Earth can be downloaded on Windows 8 but more important question is whether it will run on Window 8. In most situations Google Earth will run on Windows 8 but there …are some reports of users with problems running on Windows 8 so best to try to install GE and see if it works correctly or not. Note that Google has not officially listed Windows 8 as a supported platform for running Google Earth. If the normal download page fails to download Google Earth then try the direct download page (found in the related links below). Also at present Google Earth is a 32-bit application so it doesn't take advantage of the all the computers memory. 32-bit apps are limited to 2 GB of memory. A future release of Google Earth v7 will most likely be more stable on Window 8 at which time Google will officially announce Windows 8 is supported
A Xbox 360 is possible. Xbox requires Bluetooth computer and controller. An Xbox 360 on Windows 8 is only 1/3 of the console itself. Games. No BIOS, No Kinect, No reverse com…patibility.
yes there is a small application you can install threw zune call -armed fisher- it will inable from ie browser download the playstore app after it is installed you can downloa…d android apps to your win phone and armed fiseher converts each file as downloading to be able to function on your win phone injoy
Browse Windows StoreSearch for the AppClick on Download
A Chromebook runs Google Chrome OS. It cannot be purchased with Windows. It uses the Linux kernel, and the Google Chrome web browser with an integrated media player. … It is designed to be used while connected to the Internet and support applications that reside on the Web, rather than traditional PC applications like Microsoft Office and Photoshop that are installed on the machine itself. You might(?) read about someone who has installed Win 8 on a Chromebook, buy you're most likely hearing about someone who is using a remote desktop (which will also assess Mac & Linus systems). The Chrome Store has VNC clients for connecting traditional VNC servers. Chrome has Google-built remote desktop features that can be uses to access your desktop PC from a Chromebook or to remotely run Windows applications. To actually install Windows on a Chromebook, you have to hack it's BIOS settings, which is very difficult. You open your Chromebook, removing all the screws on the bottom and then wrap electrical tape around the BIOS to stop the protection activity, allowing you to hack the BIOS. Then, you remove boot loader settings by hitting F4 and change the sequence. Then you flash the BIOS. Then you can install Windows 8. You will not be able to use a CD or DVD ROM drive since Chromebooks can't access one, not even an external one - you'll have to install it from a flash drive.
Some users have had success running Google Earth on Windows 8,but others have had some issues. . One primary issue is the standard download page fails to detectWindows 8 corr…ectly. Using the direct download page solves thatproblem. Use related links below for the direct installer.
In the Windows Store, there should be a search bar on the top right corner. Search for the game that you want, and there may be search suggestions. If any of them was what… you wanted to type in or the app itself appears, just click on it. If not, finish typing and press the 'Enter' button on the keyboard. From there, search results should appear, and you can then find the game you want.
A web browser and an entire operating system really aren't comparable.
Once you have paid the appropriate $25 registration fee, you can publish all your apps for free on the Google Play store.
Because Google play is oneself app store for android.
Yes, the Windows 8 phone app store has many apps that you can download, but Google Play comes pre-installed on your phone.
You can play Simcity on Windows 8, although you have to make sure that the specifications on your computer meets the minimum requirements of the game,
you cannot update the google play store. it will automatically update itself
You need a emulator that acts like a google tablet or phone. Bluestacks works well for this. You should try it, but it will be slow down your computer/tablet speed.