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Google has renamed the Android market to "Google Play", hence I think the tag should also be renamed, to . (or at least, have any questions tagged synonym to .)

I see a synonym was suggested. But it needs voted. When it gets to +4 it would be automatically approved. Please cast your vote on the suggested synonym.

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I don't know the android market much, but is there a difference between "Android Market" and "Google Play" that would make answer about "Android Market" not relevant for "Google Play" ? –  HoLyVieR Mar 11 '12 at 2:39
    
As of today, "Android Market" is known as "Google Play", even google searches redirect you there, as well as the application's name on Android phones. So I think it's safe to say that the answer to your question is no. –  Second Rikudo Mar 12 '12 at 16:56
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I agree with this, but we should not re-tag the existing questions, as they may have information specific to the market instead of google play. –  Richard J. Ross III Mar 7 '13 at 20:54
    
Technically, it's "Google Play Store". –  Al E. Mar 7 '13 at 21:01

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I have created the synonym .

I did not merge the tags given Richard's comment. If anyone has further reason why the tags should be merged, feel free to comment or answer here.

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