Google reduces minimum price for the purchase of applications themselves and inside their

After a successful launch earlier this year of a pilot project, Google has announced the reduction in minimum prices for the purchase of apps in the Google Play app store and purchases within apps in 17 countries.

The solution, according to the search giant, is due to the fact that each market has its unique requirements and opportunities. For example, purchasing capacity varies from market to market, and to allow developers more flexibility in Google Play decided to adapt pricing schemes to satisfy local buyers and to make their content more accessible.

Now, the minimum bid price in Google Play is reduced in the following countries:

  • Brazil: R$ 0.99 (was R $2.00)
  • Chile: CLP $200.00 (was CLP $500.00)
  • Colombia: COP$ 800.00 (was COP$ 2000.00)
  • Hungary: Ft 125.00 (was 225.00 Ft)
  • Indonesia: Rp 3,000.00 (was Rp 12,000.00)
  • Malaysia: RM 1.00 (RM 3.50)
  • Mexico: MXN$ 5.00 (was MXN$ 9.90)
  • Peru: S/. 0.99 (was S/. 3.00)
  • Philippines: ₱15.00 (was ₱43.00)
  • Poland: zł1.79 (was zł2.99)
  • Russia: RUB 15.00 (was RUB 30.00)
  • Saudi Arabia:﷼ 0.99 (was 4.00﷼)
  • South Africa: R3.99 (was R10.00)
  • Thailand: ฿10.00 (was ฿32.00)
  • Turkey: ₺0.59 (₺2.00)
  • Ukraine: ₴5.00 (was ₴8.00)
  • Vietnam: ₫6,000 (it was ₫21,000.00)

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