Following the launch of Play Points in Japan and Korea few months earlier, Google has decided to expand the service in the United States.
In case you are wondering, Google Play Points is a loyalty reward program that allows Android users to earn points for using Google Play to purchase digital contents. Afterwards, users can use these points to pay for other materials or donate them to charity.
If you are interested, you can sign up for Google Play Points for free. Afterwards, you will earn points as you purchase different contents available in the Play Store. Google noted, “Weekly points events can boost your earning rate on movies, books, and select games. Google Play Points has four levels, from Bronze to Platinum. Your level depends on how many points you’ve collected, and higher levels have perks like weekly prizes.”
“We’ve been inspired by the Play community’s generosity and participation in Play Store giving. You can use your points to help support a great cause – or causes — of your choice from a rotating list of nonprofits, starting with Doctors Without Borders USA, Save the Children and the World Food Program USA.”