What is Google Play Services


 

The Google Play services APK contains the individual Google services and runs as a background service in the Android OS. You interact with the background service through the client library and the service carries out the actions on your behalf. An easy-to-use authorization flow is also provided to gain access to the each Google service, which provides consistency for both you and your users.
The Google Play services APK is delivered through the Google Play Store, so updates to the services are not dependent on carrier or OEM system image updates. In general, devices running Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) or later and have the Google Play Store app installed receive updates within a few days. This allows you to use the newest APIs in Google Play services and reach most of the devices in the Android ecosystem (devices older than Android 2.3 or devices without the Google Play Store app are not supported).
How to import Google Play Services into workspace

Step1: open “Android SDK Manager”

What is Google Play Services

Step2: check did you install google play service or not, if it’s not than install is first.

What is Google Play Services
Here I already installed so it’s showing here as installed, you first install this and goto next step

Step3: after installation of google play service, check it. It will store in your android sdk bundle Here is path for google play service \your directory..\adt-bundle-windows-x86_64-20130514\sdk\extras\google

Step4: now come to eclipse and click on “File” than “import”. A window will be open here you have to select google play service lib. Select as it is in image

What is Google Play Services

Step5: now click on check box

What is Google Play Services
And you successfully imported google play service into your workspace.
Now it is ready to use.

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