Google Play Store adds donation feature to charitable organizations

Through its PlayStation Store, Google has created a new feature that allows users of the Android system to donate to charitable and non-profit organizations in the United States with the full amount donated and to a number of assemblies, notably the American Red Cross and Médecins Sans Frontières in the United States and UNICEF, Yahoo gave up its 30% traditional fee when purchasing an app in line with its new program called “Giving Season on Play”.

In the past, Google avoided allowing application developers to donate to the Playstore charities for a number of reasons related to taxation, its order and collection, and the fixed value sorting (30%) Donations are donated, as the amount of donations is deducted from the taxes levied in the United States.

While the store’s product development manager Maxim Mai said the operation will not be limited to the United States only, the store will be provided with the property in Canada, Mexico, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Italy as well as Taiwan and Indonesia in the coming days, while Apple She resorted to a similar way of donating through the software store in the past years during the natural disasters that hit the United States and some other parts of the world.

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