Easybrain is in the avant-garde of Google Play Pass launch
Easybrain leads the wave of Google Play Pass with as many as four products already enrolled: Android versions of classic Sudoku.com, picture cross puzzle Nonogram.com, coloring app Pixel Art, and colorful Jigsaw Puzzles. The apps that come to the subscription catalog are handpicked by Google Play.
Google Play Pass has just been launched for US users, coming soon to more countries. This new subscription service from Google Play provides access to a curated collection of apps and games with no ads, in-app purchases, or upfront payments. The titles available with Google Play Pass catalog are shown with a badged icon for subscribers. To find the apps users can browse the Play Store and use search for specific titles and subscribers can search through the new home tab for Google Play Pass, available to subscribers.
“Google Play Pass has the potential to change how people buy and consume apps and the developers make money. We’re excited to be a part of this initiative from the very beginning and contribute with four of our recognized products,” noted Peter Skoromnyi, Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer at Easybrain.
The current Easybrain apps users can continue usage without any changes, though there is also an opportunity to switch to Google Play Pass.
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