Google has announced that it will combine the Android Market, Google Music and the Google eBookstore into a new cloud-based service called Google Play.
With the advent of Google Play, Google is ditching the "Android Market" branding altogether, and Android device owners will soon see the Market app replaced by a Google Play app, as well as Play versions of Android's existing Movies, Books and Music apps.
All purchased media and apps will be stored in the cloud and synced across all your Android devices. Play will even save your progress in movies, games and books, so you can pick where you left off when you switch to a different device.
The Google Play store has already launched, and the app will roll out "in the coming days."