Accept it or not, the fun that you get on the Google Play Store cannot be achieved on any other app store.
This is because you can get millions of books, apps, games, software and books on the store, both for free and on a low price, to people with all sorts of budget capacities can enjoy all content easily.
The Apple app store however, to be true, caters mostly to people who can afford to pay for most of the applications they download.
Also, the number of applications that are free are lesser than what we can get on Android, mainly because Apple OS are more conservative and closed platforms, but Android is relatively open and can allow developers to formulate all sorts of apps easily.
On these grounds, there have been many a user who has expressed his desire to have access to the Google Play Store on his iPhone or on his iPad.
The initial steps to these have been taken and Google has been running its Movies & TV app on iOS quite successfully for a considerable amount of time as of now.
It is really not very difficult to get the application on your device.
If you wish to do this, you are not the only one trying this and many have already been treading this path for quite some time now.
If you consider the affiliation of Google apps with iOS, it was first seen in 2010 in the form of Google Play Books.
It slowly went a step ahead in the year 2013 and came up with the Google Music app, also known as Google Play Music.
In this app, not only can you stream music, but you can also upload music for free here.
Finally, Google Play Movies & TV has come for the iOS devices as well.
However, think rationally. With such a closed platform that apple has, do you actually think it would be possible for you to be able to use Google Play Store completely on the Apple devices?
The Answer is no, not now. At the moment, it is really not possible to have the complete Google Play Store added to the iOS devices. this is because, the executable apps are not designed to survive in the iOS environment.
Even multi platform compatible apps happen to have different versions of iOS, uploaded to the Apple store separately.
For non executable, independent apps are already available, so as of now you will have no choice but to make do with these.
Just visit the apple App store and search for all apps relating to Google. You will be able to see all of them and can download and install them for free.