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Google Expands Android Auto Support To Mexico, Fixes A Couple Of Typos In The Process

Ever wonder how Android Police always knows right away when Google makes a new country available for any of its services? It's simple! We pick whichever intern has been annoying us this week, chain sit him down in front of a computer, and make him reload Google Support pages like this one once every thirty seconds. When he sees a change, no matter how tiny, he bangs a pot with a wooden spoon, thus alerting one of our diligent writers to take a look at the page. If something of substance has changed, like a new country being added to Google's list of officially supported Android Auto countries, we write it up.

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Google Play Music Goes Live In Colombia, Ukraine, Chile, Costa Rica, And Other Countries [Updated]

Update: In addition to Colombia, we've confirmed that Play Music has rolled out to a number of other places as well. Here is the final list:

  1. Bolivia
  2. Chile
  3. Colombia
  4. Costa Rica
  5. Peru
  6. Ukraine


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Google Play Books Comes To Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, And Venezuela

The last time we saw an expansion of Google Play Books was nearly a month ago when the service opened up shop in South Africa, Switzerland, and Turkey. Since then, it would appear Google has been making headway in its continued effort to bring more of its services to as many countries as possible. This time around, the list of countries in which Play Books is available has been updated to include Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, and Venezuela.

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If you live in one of the above-listed countries and have been yearning for access to the world's largest eBookstore, now's your chance.

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