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Hi all I have some app . I like to deploy it on Google play store . Can I deploy all the apps with a same developer registration . And I also want know how many apps could I deploy with same account.and I also want to know details about earning from my app . I wish to display ads on my app . What is the actual procedure for that

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Hi all I have some app . I like to deploy it on Google play store . Can I deploy all the apps with a same developer registration . And I also want know how many apps could I deploy with same account.and I also want to know details about earning from my app . I wish to display ads on my app . What is the actual procedure for that

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You can upload all your apps, at least I have never heard about any limitations.
There 3 option how to monetize your app:
1) Make Paid app , all earned money will be transferred on your bank account
2) Make free app, but with in-app-billing(unlock some premium feature for example). All earned money will be transferred on your bank account
3) Display Ads in your app. Payment process depends on your Ads provider.
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you can upload as many apps as u want
 
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1) Make Paid app , all earned money will be transferred on your bank account
2) Make free app, but with in-app-billing(unlock some premium feature for example). All earned money will be transferred on your bank account
He should really check for these two if he can get a Google Wallet, not many countries can sell apps on Google Play
and by his english he may not be on that list. So ads only.
 
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You can upload all your apps, at least I have never heard about any limitations.
There 3 option how to monetize your app:
1) Make Paid app , all earned money will be transferred on your bank account
2) Make free app, but with in-app-billing(unlock some premium feature for example). All earned money will be transferred on your bank account
3) Display Ads in your app. Payment process depends on your Ads provider.
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How to give ads in an app ?
google ads
 
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google ads
There is no such thing as "Google ADs", it is called AdMob. A very effective platform, top 1 in Android games, monetized by ADs.

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