Google Play Pass service launched: Indian users will get 1000 apps and games without ads

Google Play Pass service launched

Google Play Pass is a new service from Google Play. This is a Google subscription service that is available in 90 countries right now. Many apps and games are available through this service without the need for add-ons, in-app purchases, or advance payments. Play Pass will include over 1000 titles from 59 countries, including multiple countries in India, in 41 categories.

You must pay Rs 99 per month or Rs 889 annually for this. Users can also purchase a Rs 109 monthly prepaid subscription. It will be available in the country for Android devices starting this week. On their Android device, users must open the Play Store app. Then, in the top right corner, tap on the profile icon. Then you can begin testing with Play Pass.

Possibility of new revenue streams

Play Pass will give Indian developers of all kinds of apps and games a new way to reach a global audience and generate new revenue streams. Every month, Google may continue to work with international and local developers to add new games and apps. Developers can get involved in a variety of ways.

With Play Pass, users will receive better service.

“We want to deliver products and programmes that add new dimensions to the Play community, and we are always on the lookout for new ways to do so,” Aditya Swamy, Director, Google India Play Partnership, said. We are attempting and excited to offer our users a wonderful collection of unlocked titles with the launch of Play Pass in India.”

From game to audio lab, we’ve got it all.

The Play Pass library contains a diverse range of content, including games, audio labs, and more. Popular games such as Jungle Adventures, World Cricket Battle 2, and Monument Valley are available, as well as useful apps such as Utter, Unit Converter, and Audio Lab, as well as Photo Studio Pro, Kingdom Rush Frontiers TD, and others.