You can now make in-app purchases via Globe load credits for some of Android’s leading games.
If you’re fans of Anino Games, makers of Manila Rush and Cherry Dots, you no longer need a credit card to pay for access premium content or buy virtual goods. You can just have it charged to your Postpaid bill or deducted from your Prepaid load.
How, you ask? Here’s a step-by-step you can follow:
We’re hoping more local developers will use this billing feature in their apps so you can make in-app purchases without the need for credit cards and other complicated modes of payment.
Both Manila Rush and Cherry Dots can be downloaded for free on Google Play Store.
For BlackBerry users, you can now also buy BlackBerry apps by deducting it from your Prepaid load or charging it to your Postpaid bill. Just go to BlackBerry App World, select your chosen app, and choose “Charge to Bill” as your payment option. It’s really that easy!
Have you tried playing Manila Rush and Cherry Dots games on your Android phone? How about making in-app purchases using the steps mentioned above? Share your thoughts and experiences by replying to this thread.