Google cuts Play Store fees for subscriptions and music streaming apps | Engadget

Google is cutting Play Store service fees for more developers. The company currently charges a 30 percent commission for the first 12 months of a recurring subscription, which drops to 15 percent after the first year. Starting on January 1st, Google will lower the service fee to 15 percent from day one. The company said it’s making the change because developers say “customer churn makes it challenging for subscription businesses to benefit from that reduced rate.”

Source: Google cuts Play Store fees for subscriptions and music streaming apps | Engadget