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Google Play Pass Is Official: Now Buy 350 Apps And Games At Just $4.99

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A few months back, we came across the rumors on Google Play monthly subscription service (Google Play Pass), similar to Apple Arcade. In August, these renders began to raise when the first screenshots appeared that anticipated how it would be. The service of hundreds of applications and paid games in exchange for a monthly fee of $ 4.99.

Later, Google confirmed these leaks and posted a message in the official Twitter stating that “it’s almost time” and that “Google Play Pass will arrive soon”. It did not set a specific date, but the specific date was today. And Google Play Pass is now official.

No More Ads & No More In-App Purchases

From the first rumors, Google Play Pass would include hundreds of paid applications and games without ads or in-app purchases in exchange for a monthly subscription of $ 4.99 + taxes. In addition, it is claimed that there would be a 10-day trial period.

Today, Google has officially announced the launch of Google Play Pass. A new subscription service that offers access to more than 350 applications and games “completely unlocked“, free of ads, in-app purchases and in advance payments.

In that catalog, Google ensures that one can find apps like as Stardew Valley, Risk, Facetune and even AccuWeather, but also others that are so popular to us. Such as LIMBO, Lichtspeer, Mini Metro, Old Man’s Journey, etc. In addition, Google promises that it will be soon adding new apps and games every month. To show the search of all these apps and games included in Google Play Pass, Google has added a new Play Pass tab for subscribers. And something important, family administrators can share their Play Pass subscription with up to five members.

Google Play Pass will arrive on Android devices in the United States this week, but soon we will take it to other countries. The subscription will be priced at $ 4.99 per month. But as a launch promotion and for a limited time, it is possible to hire Play Pass for only 1.99 per month the first year. In addition, as expected, there is a free trial period of 10 days.

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