Google says 97% app developers already using Play Store billing system

Google said Play's billing system will not be required for apps that sell physical goods


Google said it has always been deeply vested in facilitating start-up ecosystem growth, with numerous outreach programs that offer mentorship and guidance to a wide spectrum of developers | Photo: Bloomberg

Google recently provided clarity about its policies, where apps that sell digital goods within the Play Store have to use its billing system, which allows the tech giant to collect a percentage of in-app purchases as a fee. Some of the Indian start-ups and unicorns have made claims about Goo

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First Published: Oct 02 2020 | 7:53 PM IST

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