On the 10th anniversary of the Google Play Store, the company released a new logo for the App Store and also introduced Play Points for purchasing apps. Since, the Play Points rewards program is not available in India, it seems that the company is offering Play Credits in the country. Similar to Play Points rewards, Play credits can also be used to purchase apps, games or in-app items. Google says that more than 2.5 billion people in more than 190 countries use Google Play every month.
Some members of the Gadgets 360 team were greeted with notifications of a certain amount being offered as play credits. The credit given to each user is not the same. While a member gets Rs. 10 as credit reward, the other gets Rs. 20. The notification also suggested that the credited rewards may be used to make purchases of an app, game or in-app item whose on-store value exceeds the credit awarded. Obviously, the redemption of the prize is also different in both the cases. Google Play,
Team member gets Rs. 10 credits will be able to purchase any app, game or in-app item worth more than Rs. 50 and Rs. 10 will be adjusted as a part of the Play Credit offer. Rupee. Another team member has 20 play credits valid for an app, game or in-app item with an on-store price of more than Rs.20. 20. No minimum limit is set in the case of another member when purchasing an app or game on Google Play.
Notifications arrived three days after Android-maker Celebrated 10th Anniversary of Google Play Store. To mark the occasion, the company introduced a new logo that “better reflects the magic of”. Google And matches the branding shared by many of our useful products – Search, Assistant, Photos, Gmail, and more.”
As mentioned, the company has also rewarded Play Points which after activating Points Booster, offers 10 times the normal rewards when you make purchases, including most in-app items. Play Points Rewards Program not yet available in India.