There are questions from Google Play users that have become viral. One of them is the possibility of transferring credits to another account. Well, you might have thought of this as well, so here are some answers that might justify this issue.
You might be thinking about the possibility of giving these credits to someone else, like your family or close friends. Well, why not send them as Google Play gifts instead? This could be a possible workaround especially if you are worried if your credits will be put to waste. Don’t worry because here are possible solutions for that.
In some countries, you can send gifts related to Google Play Music subscriptions or even Google Play Books via email. These are referred to a “digital gifts”, in which you can purchase and give physical Google Play gift cards in other countries.
However, to do this, you need to have your recipient registered to Google Play in the same country as yourself. Take note that you are not allowed to send other digital content in a form of gifts or lend your digital content to another account for that matter. If you are going to share with your family, however, you can use Google Play Family Library.
There are also other ways to earn Google Play credits if you really want another account to have it. One way of doing it is to let the owner of that account to sign up for Google Opinion Rewards. If you are the owner of that second account that you would like to get the credits, then you can do this. You will be given credits after you complete a survey, earning you up to $1 per survey completed.
Swagbucks is another way to earn Google Play credits. Likewise, you can earn points by participating in surveys, watching videos, playing games, surfing the Web, and shopping online.