Google Play accounts are now a thing, and if you want to manage them now, you’re going to need to log in to the app, and change your password, if you have one.
This isn’t a problem that you’d likely run into, as you can do that via the Google Play app settings.
You can now login using your Google Account password, or if you’re logged in via the web, it’s going to be that same password you just entered on your phone.
However, it does mean you have to remember your password every time you log in, unless you have a backup on your computer.
And if you don’t, you’ll need to re-enter it.
For the record, the login process is quite similar to other Google apps, with the only real difference being that the login button has been moved to the top right of the screen, where it is only accessible when you’re in a desktop app.
You’ll be able to set up a new Google Play Account if you do this, and you’ll have to be logged in to it to be able access your data.
Google Play accounts can only be managed via the app.
As with most Google apps you’ll be prompted for your email address.
You’ll also be prompted to log into the Google account at least once a day, unless your email is a Google account.
The only thing that changes here is that the email will be displayed as a link, instead of being a notification.
If you do manage your accounts, it will appear in the top left hand corner of the app for all to see.
Once you’ve entered your email and password, you can check your balance and see if you can access it, but the password prompt is gone.
There’s no signup process for new accounts, so you won’t need to use it to access your personal data.