1. ZOLTANIC's Avatar
    Ive never downloaded an app but just joined playstore tonight

    Do you have to pay for these things?

    Excuse my lack of knowledge on these things
    07-16-2015 04:10 PM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    If the button says Install (or Installed - if you installed it, then uninstalled it, the Play Store will still show it installed - you did once), it's free. Look for the "in app purchase" tag under the app's name. That means that probably some features don't come with the free version. (Like Nova Launcher is complete, but it won't bade unless you pay for it - put those little circles with numbers on your phone, email, text, Facebook, etc. icons).

    If the button has a price on it (like $1.99), that's how much it costs.

    You can install the Google Opinion Rewards (for free) and give your opinions when it pops up (sometimes a few times a week, sometimes every few weeks). They're short - the longer ones take about a minute. I've "spent" about $5 from my balance and I still have about $15 left. That makes "paid" apps free, legally and safely.
    cpaight likes this.
    07-16-2015 04:23 PM
  3. cpaight's Avatar
    Some apps are free, some are paid....some are free but offer purchases from within the app (mostly games offering power-ups, etc)
    07-16-2015 04:24 PM

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