Google’s New Subscription Model ONE PASS : Google’s ONE PASS Passes Something Hard into Apple without Lube
Goggle has just announced its new subscription model by the name of One PASS to pass some hard stuff through Apple without lube. Google‘s recent ONE PASS subscription service offers much better terms and conditions to publisher than Apple’s equivalent subscription model announced earlier this week.
Apple has just announced its new App Store Subscription Model which imposes a 30% cut off the publisher’s revenue collected through iTunes, while Google now offers only a 10% cut off the pretty revenue collected by the publishers for their digital content either in the form of smratphones apps or simply from the web. Google also facilitated the publishers to do this all without an individual account for every magazine to which they subscribe.
It seems the result of the efforts made by content creators and publishers to discover the new ways and techniques for monetizing their digital content and apps on the web. This new subscription policy ONE PASS announced by Google will compel Apple to revise its recent subscription rules which are being much criticized by almost all notable publishers on the web due to illogical high commission rate of 30%.
Google’s ONE PASS allows the publishers to sell auto-renewable subscriptions, single articles or multiple-issue packages on One Pass at reasonable 10% cut off rate.
One pass also offers “purchase-once, view-anywhere functionality” to its users through which the users can view their content across any device.Moreover,Google also permits the publishers to do Mobile payments through ONE PASS Subscription model.
Here is the video demo for Google’s ONE Pass Subscription Model to learn the things in wider perspective;