Google Play officially extends return window to two hours

Billy Steele
B. Steele|09.11.14

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Billy Steele
September 11th, 2014
Google Play officially extends return window to two hours

While Google already had been offering an extended two-hour window for app and game returns, the outfit has officially acknowledged the change. Before the switch, Android users had 15 minutes to decide whether or not they wanted to keep software they'd just purchased. From the title's page in Google Play, options for Open and Refund are displayed during the 120-minute period following the initial download. Once that time is up though, you're saddled with it for good as Refund is replaced the Uninstall button. Don't expect to get multiple refunds for the same app, either. Once you've received your funds back, if you choose to splurge for the same selection again, you can't return it a second time.

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