Google delays its 30% fee for Android developers in India amid Play Store row

Days after announcing 30% fees for in-app purchases on Google Play from September 2021, Google has given an exception to Indian developers. The company has delayed the charges for the country’s app makers until March 2022. The search giant said that after listening to the developer feedback it’s giving more time to them to integrate Unified Payment Interface (UPI) for subscription payments in their apps: We’re also extending the time for developers in India to integrate with the Play billing system, to ensure they have enough time to implement the UPI for the subscription payment option that will be made… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Android,Google

Google delays its 30% fee for Android developers in India amid Play Store row

Days after announcing 30% fees for in-app purchases on Google Play from September 2021, Google has given an exception to Indian developers. The company has delayed the charges for the country’s app makers until March 2022. The search giant said that after listening to the developer feedback it’s giving more time to them to integrate Unified Payment Interface (UPI) for subscription payments in their apps: We’re also extending the time for developers in India to integrate with the Play billing system, to ensure they have enough time to implement the UPI for the subscription payment option that will be made…

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