Google launches Play Pass subscription in India to offer ad-free apps

Google, the global internet giant has recently announced that it is launching Google Play Pass in India. For those unaware, Google Play Pass is a subscription service available in 90 countries, which offers access to many games and apps without ads, upfront payment, and in-app purchases.

Play Pass will provide 1000+ labels across 41 catalogues from developers across 59 countries, including many from India. Users can start with a trial of one month and subscribe at Rs.99 per month or Rs.899 per year.

With the potential of accessing users across 90 countries, Play Pass will be offering developers of India all types of apps and games, a new avenue for enlarging their global user base and unlocking new streams for revenue, said the company.

Director, Play Partnerships, Google India, Mr. Aditya Swamy, said that the firm wishes to deliver products and programs played by the community and where users and developers find value in, and it always looks for new ways to do it.

By launching Play Pass in India, the firm is thrilled to offer a vigorous collection of unlocked titles to its users and looks further to collaborating with more local developers to build unique experiences that the users love.

Moreover, the Play Pass collection includes a range of exciting titles, from games that help in unwinding, be it sports, action games, or puzzles, to apps that power productivity.

Users will be finding well-known games like Monument Valley, World Cricket Battle 2, Jungle Adventures, and helpful apps like Unit Converter Utter and Audio Lab, as well as hidden gems like Kingdom Rush Frontiers TD Photo Studio Pro and many more, said the company in the statement.

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