Google Play Store

Google Play Store’s 10th anniversary is marked by a new logo and a 10x points bonus.

It’s hard to remember that Google started out as just a search engine. Since then, the company has grown and now offers a wide range of digital services for businesses and people. One of these services is the Google Play Store, which is now 10 years old. Today, Google said that the logo for Google Play would be changed to be more like the logos for its other products.

When Android 1.0 first came out, the Google Play Store was called Android Market. A few years later, it changed its name, and now more than 2.5 billion people use it. It can be bought in more than 190 countries. The Google Play Store wouldn’t be much without its apps, which are made by over two million developers. Google is also giving out a bonus for Google Play Points to celebrate its tenth anniversary.

Google Play Points is a way for people to earn rewards when they buy things from the Google Play Store. If you sign up for the service for the first time, you’ll get three times the bonus for the first week. After that, you’ll get one point for every dollar you spend. This amount will vary from country to country, so check to see if Play Points are available in your area. When you have enough points, you can use them to buy digital content, coupons, and other things.

Goodbye neon!
As we’ve already said, Google is giving a limited-time bonus on points, which gives users ten times as many Google Play Points. To take advantage of this offer, you’ll need to go to your Google Play Points profile and turn it on. Only 24 hours will be given as a bonus. To remember and celebrate the Google Play Store, even more, click on the source link below to read about some of the service’s most important moments and features.