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Google may soon bundle Play Pass with your Google One subscription

Google appears to be working on a new bundle that gives you access to Google One cloud storage and Google Play Pass with a single subscription. The bundle will be cheaper than if you subscribed to a Google One plan and Play Pass separately. For starters, Google Play Pass is a subscription service that offers...

Verizon subscribers can now get free games on iOS and Android

Carriers often offer some pretty cool perks to get you to stick with them. Of course, with the smartphone market in the U.S. depending heavily on carriers and carrier support (something that has both pros and many cons), these carriers need these perks to stand out from the tight competition. Often, these perks come in...

Google Play Pass expands to 24 new European countries

Since launching last year, Google Play Pass, Google's subscription service for apps and games, has slowly expanded to more markets. It was first made available in the U.S. and then rolled out to nine more countries this summer. Now, right after the Pixel 5’s launch, Google is expanding the availability of the subscription service to...

Google Play Pass expands to 9 new countries and adds a $30/year subscription option

Google launched Play Pass in September of 2019 as a subscription service for apps and games without ads or in-app purchases. While the service has slowly gained more apps, it's been exclusive to the U.S. this whole time. Finally, Google Play Pass is expanding to new countries and it's also getting a yearly subscription option. First,...

[Update: 37 New Apps] Google Play Pass is a monthly subscription for apps and games that costs $4.99/mo

It's hard to imagine using our phones nowadays without Google Play. It is, in a way, the core of our Android experience: it's where you download new apps and new games to your device, where you process most in-app payments, and where you discover new additions to your app collection. We use it more than...

[Update 2: Coming Soon] Google may be launching a subscription service called “Play Pass”

Since the Google Play Store is so widely used, any changes to the platform can take months to roll out. We haven't seen any significant changes to the platform in the past few months apart from the Google Play Points program silently rolling out in Japan and the introduction of playable game demos. But now,...