It is true that Google has lowered the prices for some apps and in-app purchases on the Indian Play Store in an effort to increase the accessibility and adoption of mobile apps in India. The specific prices for apps and in-app purchases on the Indian Play Store can vary depending on a number of factors, including the location of the user making the purchase, the currency in which the purchase is being made, and the specific price set by the developer for the app or in-app purchase.
Google has implemented several initiatives in India to promote the use of mobile apps and make them more affordable for users, including the “Made for India” program, which offers discounted prices on selected apps and in-app purchases. Additionally, Google has introduced a number of payment options, such as carrier billing and the Google Play balance, which allow users to pay for apps and in-app purchases directly through their mobile carriers or using prepaid credit, rather than requiring a credit card or other traditional payment method.
It is important to note that the prices for apps and in-app purchases on the Indian Play Store may vary over time, and may not be the same as the prices for apps and in-app purchases in other countries. Additionally, the specific prices for apps and in-app purchases on the Indian Play Store may vary depending on the specific app or in-app purchase, and may not all be as low as 10 rupees.