Google announced yesterday the launch of its new service Play Pass, which provides users access to hundreds of applications without ads or internal purchases for a monthly subscription.

The American technology giant said in a post on her blog : “Google Play has always been about connecting you to the best apps, games and digital content out there. Since everyone plays a little differently, we’re introducing a new way to enjoy many of these digital experiences: Google Play Pass.”

Google explained that Play Pass – which was discovered that the company is testing the first time in early August last – a new subscription service gives users access to more than 350 applications, and a game completely open, and completely free of advertising, internal purchases and payments.

Google added that Play Pass provides users with a high-quality selection of addresses from Stardew Valley to Risk, Facetune to AccuWeather, and new apps and games will be added to the service every month.

The company said : The new subscription service is coming for Android devices in the United States this week, to be launched in additional countries soon. Users can start with a free 10-day trial, or sign up for $ 4.99 per month. For a limited time, you will be able to subscribe to PlayvPass for US $ 1.99 per month if you subscribe for a full year, then the subscription price is $ 4.99 in the second year.

To make it easier to find applications and games available in the service Play Pass, Google said : It added a new tab for the service on the Play Store for subscribers. However, these applications and games will be available in their usual places in the store, and the user can see if they are included in the service if he sees the “ticket” of the service on the application page.

Similar to the Google Play Family Library, family managers can share their Play Pass subscription with up to 5 family members. Each family member can access PlayPass individually.

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