Back at the beginning of August, Google put a new subscription service called Google Play Pass into testing. The games will have no ads or in-app purchases and won't be available (at least at first) anywhere else. It feels like $9.99 is the more logical price point but time will tell.
While there have been reports of this service since past year, Google started its testing period in late July 2019 and unveiled a number of details about the Play Pass.More news: People with trypophobia are freaked out by the iPhone 11 Pro
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The user doesn't have any hold on what the app does, as it gains access to their SMS messages, copying the OTP that gets sent to authenticate a payment.
Now, Google has confirmed the existence of the long-rumoured subscription service in a tweet on the Google Play account.
While Google has not mentioned any specific timeframe for the service to arrive or what it would be priced at, the earlier leaked screenshots had suggested $4.99 price tag.
If you have any of the apps that have been listed, we recommend that you delete them immediately.
Apple Arcade, first revealed earlier this year, will be available starting September 19 in more than 150 countries with the release of iOS 13.