Now Android Users to Donate Directly From Play Store to Non-Profits

Now Android Users will be able to donate directly from Play Store. Google is going to launch a new feature for Android phones via that users will donate to a number of US nonprofits directly through PlayStore. The donation will be received by the chosen organization.

Initially, this new feature will only be available in the U.S. The nonprofit organizations of U.S  include the American Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders USA, Girls Who Code, and UNICEF.

Android Users will Now Donate Directly to Non-Profits Via Play Store

This is such an amazing feature introduced by Google. It has almost stopped the app developers process donations to nonprofits. So this new feature will also be helpful for a reason, that it will also resolve the tax deduction issue. ln U.S  30 percent fee collected from charitable gifts.

Maxim Mai, Google Play’s business developer manager says:

“It’s quick, easy and 100 percent of your contributions go directly to the organizations you choose.” Google isn’t restricting the feature to US Play Store users; Mai says the donation feature will be coming to users in Canada, Mexico, Germany, Great Britain, France, Spain, Italy, Taiwan, and Indonesia “over the coming days.”

Apple is also using its App Store for donations to nonprofit organizations. Especially during natural disasters, the App Store helped a lot in this regard.

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