Google play academy
Grow app business skills you can apply right away
Online training, designed by Google experts, for new and aspiring app makers.
Free mobile marketing training that gets results
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No matter how big or small, get access to the knowledge you need, when you need it
Learn with the step by step courses, and apply it in real-world, within minutes
Boost app or game's performance, or career with upskilling opportunities
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Whether you want to launch your start-up, grow your business, or just explore the world of apps and games, choose a learning path of your choice and begin your success story.
Your success stories
Watch Mohamed Kamara's story
Google Play Academy helped us better tell our app's story. They are an extension of our marketing team.
"We face the challenge of taking on many tasks and roles. Google Play Academy's courses are short, simple and clear. We easily adapted them into our development process."
Co-founder, Pincer Games, makers of
Fighters of Fate
"One of our visual designers implemented store listing A/B tests they learned from Play Academy. To our surprise, our conversion rate went up hour by hour. We ultimately increased organic users by 90% and conversions by 26%."
Jae Myung Shin
Founder, DelightRoom, makers of
"The best gift I’ve received from Google Play Academy is free and open education resources. This has transformed my career and survivability in life."
Lee Fong Chan
The course was great in taking a complex task and providing an actionable structure to work through it. We’re already seeing a 20% increase in conversions through experimentation.
Co-founder, SINC BUSINESS, makers of
SINC Time Clock
"Google Play Academy has been a great resource for our team to understand Google Play Console and improve quality and reach of our app."
Group Product Leader,
“Google Play Academy courses provided relevant and actionable content that my students could immediately apply in my Project Based Learning curriculum.”
Assistant Professor, Washington State University