Google launched Play Pass last fall as a way to put premium, ad-free apps in the hands of Android users with a low-cost subscription. Until now, new users could take advantage of the service for two weeks before having to pay. Today, Google announced on Twitter that it is extending the Play Pass free trial to 30 days.
For a whole month, you can use the Play Pass service without paying a penny. However, once the trial ends, you will need to pay the $4.99 monthly subscription fee to continue using the apps without having to pay for them individually.
Play Pass is a solid service that keeps getting better and better. Now, more people can try it for a longer time without having to worry about paying the subscription fee. This offer ends on May 14, 2020, so you have just over a month to decide if you want to try it.