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Not every developer creates and puts a premium version of an app separately into a market. A developer can have a single app but have mechanism to make the user unlock certain parts of the app by paying for it. This is called in-app billing. Google in the document In-app Billing noted: In-app Billing is a Google Play service that lets you sell digital ...


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There is a term called "Buyer Beware". The same way old phones or old operating systems are stopped being supported, the apps can also share the same fate. Especially when considering the fact that apps evolve much faster than phones or OSes. Technically when you buy something, a contract is made between two sides that both sides are obligated to abide. If ...


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Can an app installed from Play Store being dropped support due to changing requirement in Android version? App developer (free/paid app) is at complete liberty to support/not support later Android versions, with or without continuing support for earlier versions. You will find many apps not supporting Lollipop or Marshmallow, and on other hand ...



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