Google launched Play Pass last fall as a way to get premium and ad-free apps into Android users’ hands with one low-cost subscription. Until now, new users could take advantage of the service for two weeks before they had to pay. Today, Google announced on Twitter that it’s extending Play Pass’ free trial to 30 days.
Take time for Play. Enjoy Google Play Pass, your to hundreds of games and apps without ads or in-app purchases, for an extended 30-day free trial. Offer ends May 14, 2020. Terms apply. https://t.co/XV2ft1tufZ #PlayPass pic.twitter.com/SkgYHJyqT9
â€” Google Play (@GooglePlay) April 6, 2020
For an entire month, you can use the Play Pass service without paying a dime. Once the trial is up though, you’ll need to fork over the $4.99 monthly subscription fee to keep using the apps without paying for them individually.
Play Pass is a solid service that’s getting better all the time. Now, more people can test it out for longer without needing to worry about paying the subscription fee. This offer ends May 14, 2020, so you have a little more than a month to decide if you want to give it a shot.
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