Surely you have already found an ideal app, or at least it seems ideal, in the Play Store, but that's paid for. Luckily, there is a way to try paid apps without having to spend a dime. Today I will explain how.
There are two different ways that you can try paid Play Store apps without buying them. With the first one, you get a refund of what you spent up to 15 minutes after you downloaded the app. With the second, you can test the app after 48 hours.
15 minutes of testing
Regularly purchase a paid app from the Play Store;
Use the app for less than 15 minutes;
Open the Play Store and select My Apps;
Select the application in question;
To use this method, you must ensure that the refund is in accordance with the Developer Distribution Agreement rules. According to him, you will receive a refund of your money within 48 hours of purchase whenever an app does not allow a preview. To perform this procedure you must:
From your computer, go to Google Play Store and sign in with your account;
Search for the application in question and select the option Report a problem;
Then select request refund and specify the reason;
After that, you will receive a notice from Google that we can only make exceptions to our refund policy under extraordinary circumstances. Therefore, there is no guarantee that the method will work.
Have you tried any of these methods? Share your experiences with us!
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