Google Play Pass is now available today in India and will be accessible to all Android handset owners in the nation. Play Pass is a subscription model that allows customers to access several apps and games without having to deal with commercials, in-app purchases, or upfront fees. The program is currently available in more than 90 countries.
The Google Play Pass will comprise a chosen selection of 1000+ titles from programmers in 59 nations, including many from India. Consumers can start with a one-month free and then enroll for Rs 99 per month or Rs 889 for the entire year. They may also be able to obtain a one-month prepaid membership for Rs 109.
Google will strive to work with global and regional programmers to bring new games and apps to Play Pass each month, guaranteeing that there is always something new to explore. Developers can learn more about how to contribute by visiting this page.
What is included in the Google Play Pass catalog?
The Play Pass library features a variety of intriguing titles, ranging from games that help you unwind – such as games, riddles, or action games – to programs that improve work. Players will discover well-known videogames such as Jungle Adventures, Cricket games, and Monument Valley, as well as useful tools like Utter, Audio Lab, and Unit Converter as well as hidden beauties apps such as Photo Studio Pro, Kingdom Rush Frontiers TD, and many other.
How to Begin Your Pass Trial?
Users can begin their trial of the Google Play Pass by just launching the Play Store application on their Android smartphone when it becomes available this week. Then, at the upper right, tap the profile symbol and seek for Play Pass. Subscribers can browse the library of games and applications by clicking on the Play Pass page or searching for the Play Pass ticket when exploring items on the Play Store. Apple has a comparable service, but solely for gaming, called Apple Arcade, which allows customers to download hand-picked gaming content.