Has Google changed the motto “Don’t be Evil” for Android App Developers
Do you know, Google has more than seventy privacy policies for each of its services, but it all relies on one single legalese to rule above all.
In a way, Google pitches their one-for-entire policy. Any firm operating the combinations of Google’s services can get a single document – could be written in plain English. A document will tell that firm how a Google can utilize the information they are offered up. At Google’s worldwide drives a mean that Google can simply keep entire information by going anywhere outside of their servers or channels – until and unless you allow them to share it and Google will utilize that information to make their services work more effectively.
The researchers and several news articles have told us that Google want its own UNIVERSAL POLICY which can apply to all of its applications. Huge marketers and critics had said that Google is demolishing its own motto – DON’T BE EVIL. One of the most famous news-media channels Washington Post tackle on Google’s negatively. It hits down the various times that still many firms are singing the love song of Google, like Gmail.
Let me highlight each of the core changes that Google is launching for Android app developers:
The ad-supported for mobile applications is known as the better profitable approach rather than paid applications and a Google wouldn’t want to dispirit ad-based spot. Moreover, few of app developers implement full-screen ads into their apps and force users to tap on ads, or enter required details to artificially drive the ad-revenue. It offers a low user experience and now, according to one of Google’s changes, it officially discriminates such kinds of aggressive ads. The changes in policy have also made the app developers responsible for all of the ads that appear in their application. If the developers can breach the ads’ policy, then Google will pull out a whole app.
In this policy, Google has also focused on the themes and icons of apps. Now Google is going to knock the doors of each application and cleanse the entire copycat apps – those applications which could be similar to the existing app system will get removed from Google Play Store.
Whether its application purchases or in-app purchases, now they must have to use the Google Play’s payment system. An action to unifies the payment delivers such a mega flow of satisfaction to users – it makes them feel more secure and comfortable by knowing that app purchases are passing through the more secure gate of Google.
The malware and spam apps have been getting roughly criticized Google Play for a few months. By not having an approval process, all the Android app developers were publishing spam and junky applications on Google’s Play-Store for getting a download through unknowing and integrated users. This update in Google’s policy plays a vital role – according to the expert developers and well-known mobile app development agency of California, this policy was the need for an enormous time.
We know that now, Google is giving the time-period of 30 days to solve the issues that shall be breached a new Google’s policy. In case developers might get failed to fix down the issues in 30 days of time-period, then Google will remove that app by its own.
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