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Wednesday, November 15, 2023

Google nonetheless does not know the best way to bundle its providers

I take advantage of loads of Google providers, out of which 4 are paid: Google One, YouTube Premium, Play Cross, and Nest Conscious. As a primarily software-driven model, you’d assume that Google would know the best way to bundle its numerous providers, however it does not do something near that. If something, Apple, a {hardware} firm, does a a lot better job on this space with Apple One, the place it bundles iCloud storage, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and Apple Music in a single handy subscription.

I do not perceive why Google can’t do the identical. Heck, it even has a service with Google One branding, and all it really has to do is membership all of its disparate choices below one plan. However that looks like an excessive amount of to ask of Google, so as a substitute Google One solely affords cloud storage, YouTube Premium is barely good for ad-free YouTube (and largely forgettable originals), Nest Conscious is for accessing the footage of safety cameras you already paid for, and I am nonetheless attempting to know why I pay for Play Cross.

Close-up of phone showing Google Play Pass games, surrounded by Admit One tickets

(Picture credit score: Android Central)

Anyway, the purpose is that Google ought to have found out a method to membership its software program choices right into a single subscription years in the past, and the truth that it nonetheless does not do that’s annoying to say the least. If something, it advantages the search big to introduce an all-in-one subscription bundle that covers YouTube, Drive storage, Play Cross, and Nest Conscious.

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