The Google Play Pass is now available in 90 countries. The monthly or annual subscription program more than doubled the number of countries in which it operates, adding 48 new territories to the list, four of which are in South America: Bolívia, Ecuador, Paraguay and Uruguay.
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The updating of places on the globe also adds European countries, Central America and the Caribbean and expands in Asia. Now, countries on the African continent are also integrated into the service.
The Google Play Pass was launched on United States, in 2019. The subscription program only reached other countries in the middle of 2020, with the addition of large markets in Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.
With Google Play Pass, Android users can download programs at will, with premium features and benefits in some apps. In Brazil, the pass costs R $ 9,90 per month and the annual subscription costs R $ 89,90. Divided by 12 months, the annual value comes to R $ 7,49 per month. There is also the possibility to share access with up to five family members.
To subscribe, just go to the Google Play Store app and tap on "Menu" there. Then, just press “Play Pass”.
Check the list of new countries with Google Play Pass:
Antigua and Barbuda
Papua New Guinea
Trinidad and Tobago
Street: Android Police