Are you addicted to Android apps? But, on the time of purchasing a new app from Play Store, account of yours run out of balance? This usually happens with those who have children in their houses or who are friends with some naughty chunks. They often purchase and download apps, while making you victim of an account, which is as empty as nothing. So, do you want to get rid of it already? Let’s update and equip you with the useful information that now you can control it by password protection. Of course, you can lock your Google Play Store!
Let’s get it for you. It is very easy to handle and deal with. Just like the password protection system of an Appstore account of Apple users, you can also avail the opportunity to control the purchases while being on Google Play Store. For that, let’s move to Google Play Store. Go to menu and then tap of the settings option. Now, move to user control, here you can tap and select a password for it. Pick one for you, confirm it and you are good to go …
This password protection feature will now help you to control the purchases of apps. Google Play Store will ask you every time you need to make a purchase, you need to enter your selected password. However, Google Play Store will allow you to enter the password and make the account active for further 30 minutes. And after every 30 minutes, when you need to purchase apps you need to enter the password again. Additionally, in-app purchases can also be controlled by this password. You will have to go through the password entering phase for this too. However, the password is not required for free apps download and updates.
So, did you find it productive? Share your experience in the comment section below.