I completely agree with what you're saying. However, I think the point that +Soham Chatterjee
was trying to make was that Google is "always playing catch-up" with its third-party ecosystem. On phones in the U.S., you're getting one of the best Android experiences you can get. On tablets, the OS is awesome but the app ecosystem is not great (although this is improving all the time). On devices in places like Canada (me), you're missing out on critical Google services - like music. We just got magazines (and movie purchases, previously we just had rentals), but music is what me and everyone else is waiting for. I want Google Ears, I want Google Cloud Music, I want the entire Google ecosystem including full Wallet support on my device.
Once Google gets their act together in this regard, almost nothing will be able to stop their expansion in countries other than the U.S.