If you’ve been thinking about giving Google Play Pass a try because you’re self-isolating at home and in need of some entertainment, now is a good time to do it.
Google is extending the Play Pass free trial to 30 days, up from the 14-day trial that it offered previously. Once your trial is up, Play Pass will cost $4.99 per month. This 30-day free trial offer will end on May 14th, so you’ve got some time to jump on it.
Google Play Pass gets you access to hundreds of games and apps with no ads or in-app purchases. Some of the titles available include Sonic the Hedgehog Classic, Stardew Valley, Star Wars: KOTOR, Thomas & Friends: Race On!, and Risk. Also included are utility apps like podcast players and weather apps.
Another big feature of Play Pass is that it includes support for Google Play Family Library. That means that when you sign up, you can share your subscription with up to five other family members.
Now could be a great time to give Google Play Pass a try. As we said before, many people are staying at home to fight the spread of the coronavirus, and so a 30-day free trial of Play Pass can get Android users access to a bunch of games and utilities for no charge that can help pass the time.
Have you tried Google Play Pass? If not, is this 30-day trial going to convince you to sign up?
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— Google Play (@GooglePlay) April 6, 2020
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