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After testing the service in Japan and South Korea over the past year, Google on Monday launched its Google Play Points rewards programme for users in the United States.
“With Google Play Points, you’ll earn points on everything you buy with Google Play, including in-app items, movies, books, subscriptions and more,” the company explained on its website.
Free to join, the programme features four earning levels and also allows users to earn points from selected free apps on Google Play.
“Your level depends on how many points you’ve collected, and higher levels have perks like weekly prizes,” Google said.
Additionally, users can use their points for in-app purchases, Google Play Credit and donations via the Play Store as well.
According to Google, Play Points will roll out on Android in the US this week.
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