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Google Play is reportedly streaming Android game demos

In an effort to help reduce buyer’s regret, Google Play introduced refunds a couple of years ago, so you could get your money back if you didn’t like an app you paid for and returned it within two hours of your purchase. The store is now improving on that with streamed app trials. Android Police reports that some games, like Ticket to Ride, can now be streamed to your device so you can check it out without paying for it or even downloading the full installation package.
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