Google Play Games now has filters to exclude titles with ads or in-app purchases
The smartphone is an increasingly prominent source of gaming-related entertainment, as it is often within easy reach when boredom, fatigue or even the urge to play with a device while in the bathroom take hold. However, it is also often riddled with disruptive ads or consistent prompts to buy new in-app products to unlock further gameplay or add to the UX.
These issues are regarded as problems that can prove quite a drain on a user's wallet or time with prolonged gaming, particularly in the case of in-app purchases. Accordingly, Google developers have made slight buy significant tweaks to Play Games, a specific spin-off of the Play Store app, that may help consumers avoid them if necessary.
The update, reportedly known as Fireball within the company, comes in the form of 2 new filters that allow users to only view those games without ads or micro-transactional attributes. They are found next to their counterparts that leave these filters off below the user-specific parts of the UI in the Categories section, and should become visible with the latest updates to this app.
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