Google is adding a new budgeting feature to its Play Store that will allow Android users to establish a monthly maximum they want to spend on digital content. This applies to apps, games, movies, TV shows, music, ebooks, and so on. As you get close to reaching your budget limit, you’ll see an alert that you’re nearing it — or have gone over the amount you specified.
This budget option hasn’t rolled out to everyone yet. When it does, you’ll be able to access it like this:
- Open the Play Store on your Android device, bring up the left-side menu, and then go to the account section.
- From there, you should see a “Purchase History” tab. (If, like me, you only see “Order History,” then you can’t use the budget feature just yet. Hopefully the…
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