Apps increase the features of every device, currently up to 450,000 apps are available at Google Play store, some are free and some not. Free apps are available worldwide but some useful paid apps are available at a few countries of the world, you can take the example of PayPal app that is available in US only, other can’t download this app. However as we posted yesterday that an app called “MarketEnabler” allows you to fake the country you are from so that you gain access to those apps restricted to specific regions in the world.
There’re different ways to buy paid apps, if you cost your mind back in 2009, Google allowed carrier billing to buy the paid Android apps, and now Google has expanded this awesome service, Google Play Store contains music, movies, books, and Android apps, games, cloud media player and some other digital contents, Google added all type of digital contents of Google Play Store to this service.
Select customers now have option to buy everything they want from Google Play Store by charging them directly to their monthly carrier bill, it’s great. We also need different carrier like T-Mobile was first carrier in US, but we need some other similar options on Sprint and AT&T. DoCoMo, KDDI and Softbank customers can now purchase all types of content too, currently Google providing direct carrier billing options in the following:
- Germany: T-Mobile International, Vodafone
- Italy: Vodafone
- Japan: DoCoMo, KDDI, Softbank
- Korea: KT, SKT, LGU+
- Spain: Vodafone
- UK: T-Mobile International, Vodafone
- US: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile
The advanced technologies of this age has covered our whole life, almost every day we get something new in the world, tech companies make your life effort less as Google is a tech company and it also makes your life effortless, you can take this good step as a example, now you can use more payment options, however people still waiting on Google to support gift cards, hopefully the wait will end soon, but now we just have to wait.