When it comes to distributing internal software, most companies have a few options: email, shared accounts on things like Box, or websites that specialize in private content sharing. Now, though, Google is making it easy for Google Apps users to easily, privately, and securely share their internal applications though the new Play Store Private Channel.

Basically, this creates a personal section of the Play Store that is only accessible when users log in with their Apps email address and browse the Private Channel. The channel is available for Google Apps for Business, Education, and Government users, and apps can be loaded through the Developer Console by the account owner, much like new apps are uploaded to the public Play Store.

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