You may use an automatic Android app subscription, but people in India won’t be able to easily sign up. XDA It was learned that Google suspended sign-ups, auto-renewal and free trials after the Reserve Bank of India imposed a rule requiring additional authentication for subscriptions and payments at Another recurring fix will take effect in early May and will last until the company addresses the “ecosystem challenge”, according to an email addressed to developers.
You can still apply for the service. But you will have to sign up again at the end of each period. Existing auto-renewable subscriptions are not affected, but Google asked the app’s maker to clarify that users make a one-time purchase.
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The new rules could easily affect other digital services, but they could affect many more Play Store users.Android dominates India̵7;s mobile space and subscription services are extremely important as the country faces a blockade. A new wave of COVID-19 outbreaks could complicate millions hoping to stream music or watch their favorite TV series.
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