If after purchasing an Android App from the Google Play store, you realized you don’t like it, you may get a refund. Here’s how.
Use your app within 15 minutes after purchase and decide if you would wish to keep it or not. Follow these steps:
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1. Browse for apps
In the Apps section found on your Android device, browse for apps by using the search function at the top of the screen or by searching through the popular ones offered. When you’ve found the app you like, decide if you would like to purchase it or not.
2. Purchase the app.
Once the decision is made, click the Buy button on the app’s dedicated page. Follow the links provided. Choose the payment option of your choice, then wait for the app to be downloaded completely before using the 15-minute trial period to allow yourself to test drive the app if your like to keep it or not.
3. Get a refund.
Now, if you decide that you don’t want to keep the app for whatever reason, you may get a refund on the app. Simply proceed to the My Apps section of the Google Play store to search for the particular app you just downloaded, then click on the Refund button found at the top right of the user interface. An email will be sent to you shortly to confirm the refund.
These services by Google Play store makes it more attractive for users to stick with Android. It keep getting better. What more can you ask for?