App income carries on climbing each year and a big part that can be attributed to the increment of subscription services. Currently, Google is seeking to make subscribing to applications simpler for both developers and consumers alike, with a range of new functions declared at Google’s I/O conference this week.
On the consumer’s side of things, the firm is rolling a new application discovery experience for finding subscription-working tools and apps for managing current subscriptions. As the firm clarified at I/O during a breakout session, users are often uncertain to log in for subscription services since they are worried that it will be more of a trap.
Google will tackle this with a fresh “subscription center” in its app store, where consumers will be capable of both exploring new subscription applications to try, as well as managing their present subscriptions. In this section, they can deal with the issues such as updating a transaction method that has expired, for instance. Other new functions will let the consumers to include a backup transaction method to maintain those subscriptions that are important, such as your preferred streaming service.
And if you occasionally need to turn off a subscription, then the new feature will support this just by a tap of a button. The demonstration shown at Google I/O for the subscription center is not the last version, Google alerted, as it has not completely launched out just yet. In the mean time, the firm declared a list of updates to assist developers build subscription-based applications.
On a similar note, Google declared a new Gmail function this week dubbed as Smart Compose that will employ AI to assist consumers write emails. Smart Compose will recommend full sentences as soon as a user begins to type an email. This includes everything from the beginning part to the ending part. If a recommendation pops up that people like, they just need to click the button.