Google began supporting in-app billing for apps sold through Google Play (née Android Market) around the same time last year that Apple debuted in-app subscriptions — and now Mountain View is officially following suit. The company has announced today that it’s adding comprehensive subscription support in Google Play’s billing framework, letting users of enabled apps select from monthly or annual plans. It’s also touting the new service as a good option not just for magazines and newspapers, but for apps of all types — it suggests that developers could use the service for new game levels, bonus music or video content, and so on.
Perhaps the most interesting part of today’s announcement is that the subscriptions aren’t limited to the…
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