Will reduce commission for membership on Google Play from 30 percent to 15 percent In the past, some companies were criticized for charging 30 percent commission on the App Store.
Google has said that it is going to reduce the commission charged for its Google Play Store membership by half. According to media reports, Google is going to reduce the commission for membership on Google Play from 30 percent to 15 percent from January 1, 2022. Let us tell you that in the past, some companies had strongly criticized Apple for taking 30 percent commission on its App Store by Google. According to media reports, Google has said in a blogpost that starting from January 1, 2022, for developers offering membership, the service fee for all memberships on the Google Play Store is going to be reduced from 30 percent to 15 percent.
One of the fastest growing models of digital membership
According to media reports, Google says that digital membership has become one of the fastest growing models for developers. However, the membership business is facing a lot of challenges to acquire and retain customers. Google says that with the help of income from membership fees, the company has used that fund to invest in Android Play. The company says that it has been made available absolutely free of cost to all the equipment manufacturers.
According to media reports, Google has also banned some apps to protect users. Let us tell you that Google had taken action on more than 150 apps in the past. Let us tell you that Google is one step closer to launching its new data privacy section for Play Store apps. According to The Verge, app developers can now fill in relevant details through Google’s new data protection form. The company said that the required information would be visible to the users from February 2022 and it would be mandatory for developers to submit by April of the same year.