Android is the most used smartphone OS in the World. Its App Store, Google Play, allows users to Download and install free apps and purchase Paid Apps as well. By Default, Google Play asks for Password every 30 mins for purchasing. Here is How you can configure your Google Play Store to ask for Password on every individual Purchase.
Google Play stores your account details on your first purchase. This is a utility for users as they don’t have to enter Account details every time. However, it becomes a problem if someone else gets hold of your phone and goes on a Shopping Spree specially Children. To avoid this, you can change the settings of your Google Play Store in your smartphone so that it asks for your Google account password on every purchase.
Step by Step Guide
1. Launch Google Play Store in your Android Smartphone.
2. Tap on the left-hand slide out menu, and then choose Settings.
3. Scroll Down to ‘Require Password for purchases’ and Tap on it.
4. You will be given these 3 options, Choose the ‘For all purchases through Google Play on this device’
Now every purchase will require a password entry and you might be able to get a better check and balance of your app purchases.
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