To get your music on the Google Play store, simply create your Ditto account, upload your music, complete the checkout process and our team will get your tracks on to this essential platform.
How much money can I make selling music on Google Play?
There are two options within Google Play – a download and a streaming service. For downloads, Google will take 30% commission of your retail price, giving you a 70% portion. On Google Play’s streaming service there is a revenue-per-month royalty share arrangement. Depending on the number of subscribers, your payout will rise and fall, but as always, Ditto won’t take a penny.
Full control of your revenues
Keep 100% royalties
Earning more money on the Google Play store
On Google Play, if your track or album is purchased and ‘matched’ - meaning the user syncs the music to another device - you’ll receive royalties, which puts more money in your pocket.
You can also connect with your fans through a personalised Google profile.
By signing up with Ditto you’re choosing to distribute your music with an official Google Play partner and unlike many online
distributors, you’ll keep 100% of your royalties. You’ll get daily trending reports so you can keep close tabs on all of your music