Pocket, a messaging app for Android, is launching in the United States today, a move that has already prompted speculation that Google might be looking to expand into mobile.
While it’s unclear exactly what kind of apps the company will launch, Pocket CEO Chris Anderson said on Twitter that he believes the company’s app store is the “best thing ever” in the mobile space.
Pocket, which is available in the US, Canada, the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, and Brazil, was launched last month, after years of work from Google and other partners, including Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Facebook.
The app store lets users purchase and download apps, as well as buy apps from other developers.
Pocket currently has apps for Android phones, including the popular Google Pixel phone and a tablet.
The company is launching Pocket in the U.S. today, and will soon launch in the UK and in France.
Anderson said that the app store has proven “extremely valuable for us to get this first wave of users” on Android, and that the company is excited to bring its product to more countries in the future.
It’s unclear what the app will look like, but it is likely to include features like push notifications, support for social sharing, and access to notifications.
For those unfamiliar with Android, Pocket has been the go-to messaging app on Android devices for years.
The service has been a huge hit for Google, which has sold over 70 million devices since its launch in October 2016.
It was also a huge success for Apple, which sold nearly 10 million Pocket phones in 2016 alone.
Google has also rolled out a number of apps that allow users to sync data between Android and other devices.
That feature is still in beta, but users have been able to sync contacts, calendars, and more.
Google also has a number in-house apps, like the Hangouts app, which lets users communicate with each other through an app.
Pocket has also released a number free apps for the platform.
Those include an Android app called Pocket Chat, which gives users the ability to chat with other users through their Google apps, and an Android chat app called Chat Room.
The Pocket app also includes a social network called Pocket for Business, which provides users with the ability for other users to see and interact with the company and its employees.
The feature will reportedly be available in France soon, with the U-T San Francisco newspaper reporting that the French launch is scheduled for April.
Other features in the app are similar to Google’s chat features, including support for groups, support with multiple devices, and a “friend list” section for the Pocket app that lets users search and add other people to a group.
Google is also planning to launch a new Google+ app, called Google Plus for Android.
That app will allow users of the Android platform to use their Google accounts to send, share, and comment on other users’ content, as long as they have a Google account.
Google’s other recent app for the Android ecosystem is a new version of Hangouts, a popular video messaging app that launched in June 2017.
That was a major departure from Google’s previous strategy of making all Hangouts video chats and video chat apps available in a single app.
It wasn’t clear when the Google+ for Android app would be launched, but the company has confirmed that it will launch it sometime in the next few weeks.
It has also confirmed that Hangouts for Android will be coming to Apple devices as well.
“We’re not going to be launching an app just for Android,” Anderson said.
“It’s a very different experience, but we’ve been building it for the platforms we’re going to support.”