Google “Play Pass” subscription service for Android apps

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Let me Pay and Pass; a new subscription service from Google is being tested on some user in the Google Play Store. Play Pass is a subscription service for only Android that allow Google Play user to pay a monthly fee for access to "Hundreds of premium apps and games". Google confirmed the testing to Android Police and the screenshot of the Play Pass subscription service was sent by one of the reader.

The Play Pass features include no app purchases, no ads, and in-app purchases unlocked" from all categories of games; from puzzle games to adventure and every single apps that is available in the Play Pass service.

The Screenshots for the Play Pass service show the service would have users sign up right inside the Play Store, allowing them to pay a monthly fee, the purchase screen shows a $4.99 a month price with a 10-day free trial of the service.  Meanwhile there could be a price change before the roll out.

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All available apps and game in the Play Pass service will be track by Google to determine how much a developers earn. Paid based on app usage.

The screenshots also show a "Play this game for free with Google Play Pass" promo right below the buy button on participating apps. Any apps or games that are part of Play Pass will get a barge in some section of the Play Store.

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From action hits to puzzles and fitness trackers, with Google Play Pass you unlock access to hundreds of premium apps and games without ads, download fees or in-app purchases." And the screenshots show icons for Stardew Valley, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and marvel pinball.

In Apple; Earlier this year announced a game subscription service called "Apple Arcade" a monthly subscription service that gives you access to a library of mobile games on iOS devices. The service isn't roll out yet.

For now the service is just in testing, The price could change for the service and Google need to negotiate with developers.