Rumor: Google working on trial mode for apps




Google works on an American pay site on the opportunity to try before users need to purchase. Complete application from application sharing In this way, Google wants to seduce users faster to submit an app. Money down

Play Store At this time, Android users can already apps within a certain period – that period was recently extended to two hours – for free to try out because they can get their money back within that period.

Google seems to find that the company is therefore not enough people know how to entice you to buy paid apps: the company operates according to the usually well-informed website The Information on the ability to test an app where only a part of the functionality accessible is.

Users may presuming to be able to indicate which part of the app they want to test themselves. The feature would be useful in less developed markets, where people can spend on apps. Less money Even in more developed markets, however, Google would have difficulty getting to submit apps because money down people so far relatively few people associate a payment as a credit to their Google account, and because piracy is relatively easy because of internet users downloaded apps can install.

Android would not be the first mobile operating system with the possibility of ‘trials’. Windows Phone has already longer. In the Store users can then download an app or game that partly use, and users can upgrade.


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