On dirait que Google permet aux utilisateurs de tester des apps payés avant achat https://imgur.com/a/frvNWav

On dirait que Google permet aux utilisateurs de tester des apps payés avant achat https://imgur.com/a/frvNWav

Looks like Google is allowing users to test paid apps before buying

Avant d’acheter un smartphone pliable, il faut absolument regarder les différents modèles disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de mater les jokes tous les jours de manière gréable ?

il est un nouveau bouton lors de l’achat d’une application


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22 réflexions au sujet de “On dirait que Google permet aux utilisateurs de tester des apps payés avant achat https://imgur.com/a/frvNWav”

  1. I still don’t get why they changed the 24 hour refund option.

    The argument was that people would download, use it for 24 hours, and then refund… And I’m like, yes? That’s kind of the point. IMO, if your app isn’t entertaining beyond a single 24 hour window maybe it’s not worth charging for? By far the majority of my non-productivity app purchases were made when 24 hour refunds were a thing.

  2. I have a friend that specifically works on these “Try Now” apps. Their company has a deal with Google to implement these. Dunno the specifics of which apps or games or what but all I know is it’s his job to do those.

  3. didn’t we have this already before they took away the trial period from us? and then gave it back for like 15 minutes and then changed it again…to change it now once more?

  4. What this will lead to is increase piracy because people will dump timed versions, crack the licenses, then publish them elsewhere. Basically same process as before except now you don’t even need to spend money

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