You can now pre-register for apps on the Google Play Store

You can now pre-register for apps on the Google Play Store

Have you ever seen an ad for an upcoming game or app, but forgotten about it by the time it gets released? Problem solved – Google Play will now let you pre-register for apps.

You just search for the app you know is coming then click the ‘pre-register’ button to get a notification when it’s available.

The new Terminator Genisys: Revolution game is the first title to utilize the new feature, as reported by Android Police.

Pre-registration doesn’t mean that you are obliged to buy or even download the app. It’s just a notification system.

We contacted Google for further information on the feature, but have not yet received a response.

With no release date for Terminator Genisys: Revolution and no indication of when the feature will be rolled out elsewhere, it’s just a waiting game for now.

➤ Pre-Registration Is Now Live For Apps On The Play Store, Starting With Terminator Genisys: Revolution [Android Police]

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