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Advantages of Google Play Features

Google Play is one of the services offered by Google to those who are android users. It can save your game progress while competing with some other friends in social media by using GooglePlus. The application grows into a more reliable system ever since it started and it lets the users to enjoy a lot of features as well. Below are some of the reasons why you will be enjoying the Google Play Games.

Google Play apparently offers more exciting features. The basic component of Google Play Games is not far from the Apple Game Center since its features has public leaderboards, anti-piracy, multiplayer, it also allows cloud saves and has the ability to record. According to a company of Mobile App Development, all of the features mentioned were a great add on to the game developers as game developers don’t need to develop the features by themselves while they are allowed to utilize the Play Games SDK for their games.

Here are some of the important components of the Google Play Games;

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