Google first revealed that it would be bringing an in-app subscriptions to the Play Store back in May this year, which will allow developers to add auto-renewing subscriptions to their app, but that’s not all as today Google unveiled that they will be adding a new feature to that service.

The new Try and Buy feature is available from today, and allows developers to grant users access to a full app for a predefined amount without paying the full amount.

The service works by allowing customers to purchase a subscription to the app, much like you would do before, this will then be completed as it would usually but free of charge, allowing the user to try some of those should I or shouldn’t applications before placing their money on the table.

As the trail nears its end the user will be reminded of an upcoming charge if they don’t cancel the subscription, if they like the app they can just ignore it and get the full app at its usual price.

Source: Google Developers

Via: Android Police

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