Google Play Store, Google Play, Android phones, iOS and Android TV are all supported, according to the developer.

The app’s developer has announced that all Android phones and tablets are now officially supported, and that the developer will release a separate version for iOS devices in the future.

“I am happy to announce that we have officially supported Android phones from the moment we launched Android TV and Android phones on our Android phones,” the developer said in a post on its Google+ page.

“All Android phones running version 6.0.1.1 are supported.”

It is worth noting that the device manufacturers have not released official support for Android devices yet, and it is unclear when they will.

The Google Play Developer Program allows developers to bring their own version of Android to market.

The developer’s announcement comes after it was reported last week that Apple is planning to release a new version of iOS and an update to its Mac software.

Apple is said to be developing an updated version of macOS for Android tablets and smartphones, and the company is also said to have been working on a new mobile operating system for Apple TV.

Apple has previously been known to make updates to its own devices, with previous updates including iOS 10.4.2, iOS 11 and iOS 11.2.

The company has also said that it is looking to bring iOS 11 to other devices in a “coming weeks”.

In the past, Google has said that its apps were “coming soon” for Android phones.

The update to Android is expected to be rolled out in “the coming weeks” with the developer announcing it in a YouTube video, although Google has yet to comment on the latest update.