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Google now Shows In-App Purchase Prices in PlayStore


Google has finally started to show in-app purchase price ranges in the ‘Read more’ section of the app listings on the Google Play store that is visible on its both – Android as well as Web versions. The company is also planning to revamp Google Play for Android users in terms of design guided by the company’s material design expert as well as want to changes in Google Play’s top bar, Promo pages, Google Play icon and more.

See Also: Top 10 Games on Google Play Store

Recent  Updates: Google has announced that  it will offer free Google Drive Storage for students to upload individual file sizes up to 5TB in size. It has also signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Andhra Pradesh government to provide technology support for transforming the state of Andhra Pradesh to ‘Digital AP’.

The company had formally removed its requirement for its new users to create a Google Plus account with a new ‘No Thanks‘ button, that will allow users to skip creating a Google Plus account.

It is also planning to launch its Photo service as a standalone app without Google+ accounts and announced that it is rebranding its Google Maps Engine Lite custom maps app to My Maps, available for download on Google Play.

Google had launched a Cloud platform for startups with an aims to speed up the process of launching and scaling their ideas.

Dropbox, Google, and the Open Technology Fund announced a new organization named Simply Secure, focused on making open source security tools simpler and easier for people to use.

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