Google may be planning a subscription service for Android apps and games found in its Play Store.
Evidence that the search giant is developing a "Play Pass" feature was spotted by the mobile software development community XDA back in June when it noticed code containing a reference to "PLAYPASS_SUBSCRIPTION."
Over the weekend, one of XDA's members highlighted a Google Opinion Rewards survey that asks how well "Pass" describes an app store with a "subscription that offers hundreds of dollars worth of paid apps and games for a monthly fee."
If Play Pass comes to fruition, it would suggest that Google is leaning toward premium games or that it may offer monthly credit toward in-app purchases.
Google didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.