Google Play Pass is now available in 24 new countries and territories.

Google Play fans outside the U.S. have not always been able to use the Play Pass subscription service before. For some in European countries, the good news comes today. Google has expanded its Play Pass subscription service to 24 other markets. Previously, Play Pass was available in the UNITED States, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Google Play Pass is now available in 24 new countries and territories.

The list of 24 newly supported countries includes:

Austria.

Belgium.

Bulgaria.

Croatia.

Cyprus.

Czech Republic.

Denmark.

Estonia.

Finland.

Greece.

Hungary.

Latvia.

Liechtenstein.

Lithuania.

Luxembourg.

Malta.

Netherlands.

Norway.

Poland.

Portugal.

Romanian.

Slovakia.

Slovenia.

Sweden.

Whether the Pass Play service is worth a subscription depends on everyone. However, it does have a lot of content that players can enjoy without paying for every game or app.

However, there are some requirements for enjoying Play Pass. To join Play Pass, users must run Android 4.4 or later devices. Users must have a Google Play Store app of 16.6.25 or higher. Effective payment methods are required, and the user’s billing country and Google Play country must be the same. Users cannot subscribe to Play Pass with an account set up by work or school. To share Play Pass with your family, the user must be a home administrator or be able to create a home. Pass Play does not provide access to all Google Playing, only some popular apps.