One of the most recurring complaints from Android users is the inability to buy apps without having a credit card registered with Google Play. However, you knew that you can buy apps from four other options. Check out what they are.
Buy on Google Play using gift cards
This was Google's first attempt at making it possible to purchase apps, games, and other content on Google Play without the need for a credit card. To make use of the gift card, it is enough for the user to buy cards like the one below in supermarket chains, appliance stores, bookstores, etc.
They can choose from $ 30, $ 50, and $ 100, and then simply enter their card code into the Redeem field in the Google app store menu.
Buy using billet
Google has partnered with Mercado Livre to add a new option for tickets to make purchases using Mercado Pago. This is the simplest way, although it is possible to issue tickets on other sites, such as Americanas.
Integration with the Paid Market is quite simple: just download the app, register and fill your account with some amount. Once you've done that, simply issue your ticket and go to Google Play to select the app or game you want to buy. In the "Payment Methods" option select Paid Market.
Buy using prepaid recharge
To change the picture, Google introduced last November Google Play Recharge, a system that uses the same recharge machines as prepaid phones. From this platform, the user has more than 300,000 registered establishments and can make refills whose values range from $ 15 to $ 100.
When the user makes the recharge payment, the clerk will deliver a receipt with a code that you use to put the amount into your account. After that, just go to Google Play, and enter the code also in the Redeem field, just like the gift card option. The establishments that are part of the program can be identified with the sticker you see below: