Subscription services aren’t just
milking cow apple craze. Google also wants its slice of the pie, even if the search engine’s offering is less attractive than Cupertino’s. Google One is at the heart of this strategy, but so far the offer is mainly based on additional storage, apart from the 15 GB provided for free (from € 1.99 per month for 100 GB).
Google has some ideas for improving its subscription: The most expensive plans include a discount on the Google Store, as well as a VPN from the 2TB version (€9.99 per month). The new service, which was launched in the United States late last year, is now available in France as well as Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain and Italy.
This VPN, which can only work on Android at the moment, won’t.” Never used by Google to track, log or sell data related to [l’]browsing activity », describes a company that makes libraries available in open source as well as an independent audit that shows its good will. However, logging is done for ” ensure service quality “. To learn more, take a look at this update:
Google will include a VPN in its Google One 2TB subscription
And that’s not all for Google One. 9to5google Rumors rummaged through the app’s APK code to find references to a combined Google One+ Play Pass offering, which is more or less the equivalent of Apple Arcade, with access to games as well as apps (read: Google Play). Pass: The cousin of Apple Arcade has arrived in France).
Like Apple One, the subscriber to this future offer will get the benefit of a discount on the total cost of both the services. The launch of this bundle is yet to be confirmed, but things seem to be progressing well.
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