Play Store is celebrating 10 years and multiplying its Play Points by 10

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta July 25, 2022
Updated 2022/07/25 at 4:47 PM

The Google Play Store is celebrating 10 years and in the last few years we have seen important updates, with more accessible information for users and a more improved search filter.

Now, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the app store, Google is offering a Play Points booster.

10 years of the Play Store

Google's Play Store was born 10 years ago and includes the download and purchase of thousands of apps, games, books and even movies. Now, the app search promises to give priority to the apps that are updated most frequently, includes a new section dedicated to detailed information on User data security, has a more attractive interface and new ways to discover new apps.

One of the most recent news is also related to the launch of Play Points. This is a way for users to receive rewards when making purchases within the Play Store, including in-app purchases.

Basically, for every €1 spent on apps, in-app purchases and games, subscriptions and more, you earn 1 point, but you can earn more on featured apps and games.

Afterwards, Play Points can be exchanged for discounts and special items such as characters or gems in-game. It can also be exchanged for credit for in-app purchases.

How to get access to Play Points

In this celebration of the store's 10 years, a boost is being offered that multiplies the points obtained by 10. This push is running only until tomorrow, July 26th.

If you still don't have this points service active, you will have to subscribe within the app on your smartphone, by accessing the menu, where you will have the Play Points option in the list. Just tap Join and accept the following conditions.

To activate the 10x points booster, you will also have to select the Start option, which will give you access to the boost within 24 hours.

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