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The Play Store may charge you more for games and applications

  • Google has raised the maximum pricing for apps on the Play Store by a factor of two or three.
  • Users in the US can also set the price of apps up to $999.99, starting at 99 cents, so this is not just available in India.
  • Google will be able to increase its earnings by imposing a 15% platform charge on any revenue.

In practically every location, including India, Google has raised the maximum pricing for apps on the Play Store by a factor of two or three.

The new cap, which was unveiled at Google I/O 2024, permits developers to charge more for their apps than the predetermined amount.

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The business has added additional price caps to the “Supported locations for distribution to Google Play users” support page, enabling Indian developers to charge as much as Rs 84,000 for their products.

Users in the US can also set the price of apps up to $999.99, starting at 99 cents, so this is not just available in India. Since so few apps have hit the maximum limit, few developers will, however, charge so much for their apps.

Up until the first million dollars are collected over the course of a year, Google will be able to increase its earnings by imposing a 15% platform charge on any revenue. Google has begun to impose a 30% platform fee on developers who exceed this threshold.

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