Google has said that a new reward programme for Play Store users would be rolling out in the United States. As per the search engine giant, the Play Points can be redeemed for "special items and discounts" in some games, or even for Google Play credit that can be utilised for apps, games, books, etc.
The programme will also allow users to earn additional points by downloading "featured free apps and games" each week. Google Play Points has four levels, from Bronze to Platinum.
The program is free to join via a simple sign-up process within the Play Store app. Higher tiers offer better earning rates, along with bonuses weekly prizes.
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Millions of Android users have face unwanted charges thanks to a sneaky keyboard application on the play store that can purchase premium digital services without the knowledge of the users. For instance, one week you could earn 3x points on movie purchases, and the next you could score 5x points for making an in-app purchase in a specific game.
But if you want to use your points for a more honorable cause, you can also use it to help support causes from a list of nonprofits that they will keep changing. All you need to do is install the app and the points are yours.
Users can also donate their points to a selection of non-profit organisations, including Doctors Without Borders USA and the World Food Program USA.
In addition, Ai.type delivers invisible ads and generates phony clicks, while requiring extensive permissions to use the app - including access to text messages, photos, videos, contacts, and on-device storage. In that case, there will be no effect on the revenue of the developers. It will likely increase engagement as users love to receive rewards. It also lures them to spend more money on the app.