Google is bringing free trial versions of some of its most popular apps to iOS 9 as a way to help developers make money.
Free Trial is a feature that allows iOS 9 developers to test out their apps for free, and developers can also offer additional paid versions of their apps.
The app stores typically require that developers create a trial version of their app before users can download it for free.
Apple has also made it easy for developers to offer additional free versions of apps, too.
Free trial is available on iOS 9 apps like Instagram, Mail, and Maps, which make it easy to test the apps before buying them for free on the App Store.
Developers can offer additional version numbers and other features that are available in the free version, but it’s unclear what the minimum requirements are.
In its blog post, Apple says it’s also introducing a new free trial feature that is only available for apps that have been available on the store for more than two weeks.
Apple says the feature is aimed at helping developers “test their apps out before making them available for sale to the general public.”
The feature will also allow developers to extend their free trial on devices that have never been used.
In addition, Apple has updated its app store to include a “feature” that allows users to download apps without a subscription.
Apple’s post says the new feature is designed to allow developers who do not want to use its app stores to get the apps they want for free by purchasing an in-app purchase option.
The new feature can be found under the option for “Add to Cart.”
Apple said it will also continue to support paid and premium apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.