With any luck, we are just weeks away from liberation from
shelter-in-place orders. Meanwhile, subscription companies are trying to make
things a little easier and more entertaining. Doing its part to keep people
indoors, Viveport is offering its Infinity VR game subscription for 75% off,
while YouTube launches a free video tool for small businesses who want to make
DIY ads. Also this week, the L.A. Times, hit hard by the loss of ad revenue,
shutters three suburban newspapers, Visa lets users know when their free
subscription trials are over, and Google gets stricter on Play Store app
subscriptions for transparency.
Google Gets Strict on Play Store App Subscription Stings
Viveport’s Infinity VR Game Subscription Is 75% Off to Keep You Inside During COVID-19
The L.A. Times Is Closing Three Suburban Newspapers
Visa to Alert Users When Trial Offers Become Paid Subscriptions
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