Evidence of a Play Store subscription service referred to as Play Pass confirmed up final yr, however we’ve not heard a lot after that. The firm is now beginning to take a look at the month-to-month subscription service, as noticed by the oldsters over at Android Police.
Screenshots obtained by the publication present the signup pages for Play Pass, which offers access to hundreds of premium apps and games — with no advertisements and in-app purchases unlocked — for $4.99 a month, with a 10-day trial:
Explore a curated catalog spanning puzzle games to premium music apps and every part in between. From motion hits to puzzles and health trackers, with Google Play Pass you unlock access to hundreds of premium apps and games with out advertisements, obtain charges or in-app purchases.
The blurb mentions premium music apps, so it will be fascinating to see what type of apps Google bundles with Play Pass. The screenshots present Stardew Valley and Marvel Pinball as being included within the Play Pass catalog, and there is a banner that reveals up to check out the service once you’re shopping the Play Store itemizing of an app or recreation that is within the catalog. Android Police was ready to get affirmation from Google that it’s testing the subscription service.
It’ll be fascinating to see if the subscription mannequin works on Android, however within the meantime, would you be prepared to check out Play Pass for $4.99 a month? Share your ideas within the feedback under.