If you’re addicted to the Google Play Store, you may be thrilled to learn that you can now be rewarded for buying all kinds of content in the store. Google is now offering US citizens the “Play Points” reward program (previously only available to Japanese).
Once you sign up for this program, you will receive reading points for every app, movie, book, subscription service, or In-app component you purchase. Once you’ve accumulated enough, these points will passively unlock new reward levels: Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum.
Each level will easily increase your accumulation rate (from x1 to x1.4) and at the same time multiply the points you can earn on special monthly events. There are also a few other benefits, such as Platinum Level “Premium Agent Experience Support” or a “Gold Level Weekly Price of up to 200 pts” (whatever that means) for users who are rated Goldranking, but they do it not. Do not seem too important.
In addition to unlocking new reward rankings, your game points can be redeemed for in-game or app purchases or for Google Play balance. These options may seem limited at first, but putting your points in the Google Play Store money will allow you to get almost everything on the platform.
If you do not like the idea of spending money on collecting points, Google has somehow covered you. There’s a way to earn points for free: install apps and “featured” games that are likely to alternate over time.
We do not know how many points you’ll get, but if we had to guess, it probably would not be much – the goal of the Play Points program (as with most other reward systems) is to get you to spend more money after all ,
If Play Points looks like your ideal rewards program, you can now sign up for free: Just open the Google Play Store on the Android gadget of your choice, tap the menu with the three dashes, and choose the new Play Points option. If you do not see it yet, give it a day or two to get the program ready on your specific device.
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