Google is introducing a new operating model for its browser-based PlayBook and Checkpoint operating systems.
The PlayBook version of Google’s operating system has already seen significant progress, but the Checkpoint is designed to be more robust and less reliant on a Google-created platform.
Google’s PlayBook OS is designed for playing games in the browser, where it uses the Chromium browser instead of Google Play’s own operating system.
The Checkpoint OS is intended to run on more traditional platforms such as iOS or Android.
It will be available in the UK in April.
In the PlayBook operating system: Google Play Books are a separate operating system from Google Play Movies and Music and Google Play Books, and Google will let you download them as a free app.
The Google Play store is also available as a separate app.
In a way, the CheckPoint operating system is Google Play Games, a PlayBook app and a Google Play Store app.
Google will also let you install a Google app for Play Books.
The Checkpoint app is intended for people who don’t want to use a Google account to buy games or download software.
Google has also been working on a Playbook app for the PlayStore and PlayBooks, but has been reluctant to reveal details about it.
Google has announced that the Checkpoints operating system will be released in April, with a release in the US.
It’s a good sign for Google’s efforts to build a platform that users can trust.
You can read more about PlayBooks and Checkpoints in our coverage of Google at PlayBook: What to know about the Google Play Play Store and CheckPoints operating system .