Google Play Store February 2017: The New Apps, Music, Movies And TV Shows Available To Download
The Google Play Store has all the apps needed to make this Valentine's Day a success. Whether it means finding someone on OKCupid and then using OpenTable for your restaurant reservation, Fandango for more tickets and Etsy for a homemade gift, Android users have it all at their fingertips.
Android users may be streaming Google Play Music playlists like "'90s Breakup" or "Tonight's Slow Jams" right now, but there are lots of new apps, music, movies and more available to download this month. This includes new albums from Big Sean and Little Big Town.
In January, Android users were playing Star Wars: Force Arena, but this month they can download new games like Nintendo's Fire Emblem Heroes and The Godfather.
Last month was all about apps like Lean Chinese and Dubsmash, but new apps like the one for productivity called EASILYDO will become available to download.
The Accountant was the most streamed movie for January, but February brings with it the ability to watch Doctor Strange. Don't forget to stream season 2 of The Expanse or download the new Star Wars book Empire's End: Aftermath.
Here's the complete list of new apps, games, music, movies, TV shows and books available to download on the Google Play Store in February.
Barbie Sparkle Blast by Mattel
Fire Emblem Heroes by Nintendo
The Godfather by FT Games
Super Mario Run by Nintendo
Big Sean - I Decided
Sampha - Process
Rag'n'Bone - Human
David Banner - The God Box
Little Big Town - The Breaker
Office Christmas Party
The 100, season 4
The Expanse, season 2
24 Legacy, season 1
APB, season 1
Bates Motel, season 5
Echoes in Death by J.D. Robb
My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella
Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman
King's Cage by Victoria Aveyard
Empire's End: Aftermath (Star Wars) by Chuck Wendig
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