Google on Monday launched Play Pass, a monthly subscription service that gives people access to a library of games and other apps on Google’s Play Store, as the search giant experiments with new pricing models for its products. The service, which costs $4.99, includes more than 350 apps and games, including Monument Valley, Risk and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. But Google said it wants the service to go further, so it’s also bundling other types of health, fitness and photography apps. That includes photo retouching, weather and camera apps.
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