Android app developer mode, the feature that allows apps to customize their settings, is finally available for Google Play Store apps.

The feature lets users make custom settings that can be applied to the apps, and also lets users create their own videos.

Developers can now configure the settings that apply to the Google Play apps, which means users can make their own porn videos, play videos in the background, and view porn-like videos in an offline mode.

Users can also disable some features, such as displaying notifications for pornographic content or blocking users from viewing certain videos.

Google Play now also includes an Android emulator for the Google Cast, so users can run the Google app on their Android device, even if the Google account is disabled.

The Google Cast app now also lets you control the Google Cardboard virtual reality headset, allowing you to view immersive porn videos.

The developer mode feature will be available to all Google Play app developers starting today.

It will also be available for all Google Cardboards starting in late 2018.

Google said that this feature will work on Android phones and tablets.

Google Play will also support other Google services, including YouTube, Gmail, Chrome, YouTube Music, Google Play Books, Google Maps, Google Photos, Google Home, Google Search, Google Translate, and more.