Google will raise the price limit on Google Play

Most of the apps on Google Play are free and those that pay typically cost between $ 1 to $ 5 price for top applications and purchases of applications in the American version of the Play Store, until recently, was $ 200. Now, in many countries, the upper limit was extended to two or three times. Developers can now install apps or in-app purchases to $ 400.

Google will raise the price limit on Google Play



Here are some of the changes:
United States – the previous limit of $ 200, the current limit of $ 400
Canada – the previous limit of $ 210, the current limit of $ 500
United Kingdom – the previous limit of £ 150, the current limit of £ 300
European countries – the previous limit of € 199, the current limit of € 350
Mexico – the previous limit of 2,500 Mexican pesos, the current limit of 7,500 Mexican pesos
Australia – the previous limit of $ 200, the current limit of $ 550
India – the previous limit of 16,000 Indian rupees, the current limit of 26,000 Indian rupees
Indonesia – the previous limit of 2200000 IDR, the current limit of 5500500 IDR
Brazil – the previous limit of 500 Brazilian reais, the current limit of 1,500 Brazilian reais.








Most likely, we will not see these prices for many current applications, but after updating the tendency to raise the cost of the new limit, and it is quite possible we will see higher prices in the new or updated games from EA, King, Gamevil and the like.

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