Google’s mobile division is looking to expand its developer ecosystem and expand its offerings for mobile hardware and software developers.
The Google+ app, which is based on the Android platform, will debut for iOS and Windows Phone on Wednesday.
The new Google Play developer platform, which Google launched in September, will include Google’s new Android apps, including YouTube, Google Photos, Gmail, Chrome, Gmail for Business and Google Now.
The app will work on any iOS or Windows Phone device running Android 5.1 or later.
Google Play will be available for Windows Phones, Windows 10 Mobile Phones and Android phones running Android 4.4 or later, the company said.
Google has been working on the app since February, and it will be launched as a free download.
Google Play will also offer a number of developer partners, including the Microsoft app store, Amazon Appstore and Google Play Music.
Developers will be able to use Google Play to integrate their apps with Microsoft’s Bing search engine, which will be built into the new Google Android app.
Google will also launch an official app store for developers that will include apps from Microsoft and other partners.
The launch comes after Microsoft announced that it will offer Google Play as a paid service.
Microsoft said it would use the revenue from Google Play sales to fund research into how people use its services and to develop new products and services.