Google has never been known for giving paid apps for free, unlike Apple. But, looks like things are changing. Google has begun offering “Free App of the Week” in the recently launched family section on the Play Store.
Looks like Google has taken some inspiration from Apple when it comes to giving away apps or games for free.
To get the “Free App of the Week“, all you got to do is go to the family section on the Play Store where you will see a banner saying a “Free App of the Week“. Click on that banner and a window will open up which will display the app information like the name of the app, developers, the price, compatibility and an install button at the bottom. Click on install and the app or game is all yours and that too completely free.
The first app to have made a debut on this new free app service by Google is Daniel Tiger Grr-ific Feelings which costs about $2.99 generally. This is a very great step taken up by Google and a nice gesture to all its users who can now download premium apps and games for free.
Right now, this new service is only available in the Family section on the Play Store and we it’s difficult to say whether it will be made available for other sections as well. Hopefully, Google will do it for various other categories as well in coming days which would be great.
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