Google rolls out subscription service for apps and games

Tuesday 24 September 2019 14:33 CET | News

Google has announced it is rolling out Google Play Pass, a subscription service that gives Android users access to more than 350 apps and games without ads and in-app purchases.

The service is priced at USD 4.99 per month, and it is similar to Apple’s Apple Arcade, the iPhone maker’s gaming subscription service for mobile devices and desktop computers.

Googles Play Pass will be available on Android devices in the US in September 2019 and will be rolled out to additional countries soon, according to the company.

The service, which will have new apps and games added every month, has a free-trial period of ten days and will be priced at USD 1.99 per month for a year – all for a limited time.

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Keywords: Google, Google Play Pass, subscription service, Android, apps, in-app purchases
Countries: World