The Google Play Points Play Store rewards program, which allows users to earn points for every activity they do on the Google Play marketplace, from downloading new software to subscribing to services, books, and more, will begin rolling out in the next weeks. The Google Play Points programme, which includes four levels, known as Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum, is currently available in 28 countries.
Google Play Points will be available in India on Tuesday, according to a blog post. Through this program, users will earn points when they make purchases with Google Play, including in-app items, apps, games, and subscriptions.
The Google Play Points reward program includes four levels, including Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum based on the number of points collected. Each new level has different rewards and rewards depending on the level you are in.
Google is partnering with several prominent apps and games companies in India to redeem points for special in-app items. In India, Google has partnered with more than 30 players including game titles like 8 Ball Pool, Evony: The King''s return, Ludo King, and Ludo Star, along with apps like Truecaller and Wysa. Moreover, users may redeem their points for Google Play credit. It is currently available in 28 countries and claims that more than 100 individuals have used it.
In the coming week, Google Play Points will be available to users in the United States. There''s no need to participate in the program, and there''s no recurring or monthly fee. It can be accessed by tapping your profile icon from the Play Store app on your Android device.
Google Play Points was first launched in Japan in September 2018 to encourage users to buy more through the Play Store. It was later unveiled in South Korea and the United States in 2019. In selected countries, Google Play Points may be redeemed to rent a movie or buy an audiobook. In the United States, points may be used to help a charitable cause.
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