In December, Google updated the Play Store app and brought the news to information about the in-app purchase function. Now, the turn of web version of the Android market receive the same feature. The note appears just below the "install" button, right next to the list of compatible devices.
As is well known, the fact that apps come to Play Store for free comes at a price: in-app purchases. Even Pou has this feature. By doing so, Google gives users the chance to decide whether or not to try apps or games with this kind of function.
However, pay attention to the description of applications, as the devs Google has not yet been able to better clarify what type of in-app purchase users are likely to encounter. Thus, it is still difficult to differentiate between an application that is based almost entirely around in-app purchases, such as EA's Dungeon Keeper, or those that offer only one or two Premium updates to disable ads, for example.
Even so, this is a long-awaited improvement by Play Store users.
What do you consider before downloading an Android app using the web version of the green robot app store? Just because an app is free but requires in-app purchases can make you choose other options?
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