In an email to the developer, Google wrote that this change took effect from March 27. At that time, the ban on new paid items was temporary, but now the ban is official, and the ban on new paid extensions is Permanent. Starting on December 1, the free trial will be disabled by Google, and on February 1, 2021, all paid items will be disabled. At that time, developers still have some time to export customer data until the feature is completely closed later in 2021.
Naija Tech News understands that Google recommends that developers interested in providing paid extensions use “third-party services in the thriving payment provider ecosystem that provide far more diversified functions than a single provider hopes.” The company added, “Now that our developers have so many excellent choices, we can safely abolish our integrated payment system.”
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