Saturday, January 16, 2016

Google Play now lets devs give paid-for applications away for free

                                               Photo Credit: Travis Wise

Finally, Google is at last taking off backing for promo codes in its application store — permitting engineers to give away duplicates of their paid applications to challenge victors, commentators and companions.

Android Police reports that the component has now been clarified in Google Play's Develop Console bolster documentation.


Engineers can create up to 500 codes for every application every quarter, which are legitimate for up to a year. That incorporates codes for paid applications and in addition in-application buys. Unused codes don't continue to the following quarter, which implies you can just make an aggregate of 2,500 codes a year for your application.

You can set termination dates for your codes, or stop them so they can't be reclaimed until you flip the switch back. It's likewise significant that promo codes don't make a difference to membership based substance, similar to magazine issues.

Hope to see Android designers begin to give out codes to their applications sooner rather than later.

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