The app had a high rating of 4.9 stars on Google Play Store. According to the developers of the app, it was built for educational purpose, to identify the country of origin of a certain application.
On Tuesday India's so-called rival for TikTok-- Mitron app was also removed from the Google Play Store. Mitron app had crossed 5 million downloads within a month of its launch on Play Store. While the exact reason, in this case, is also not certain, according to Google’s policy, copying content from other applications without any changes to the original source code or value addition is a.
The Remove China Apps app quickly became the number one free app on the Google Play Store in India. Developed by a Jaipur-based firm, the app did not require any permissions to work.
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India's 'Remove China Apps' removed from Play Store by Google Google has pulled 'Remove China Apps', which highlights apps of Chinese-origin to help people delete them, from its Play Store reportedly for violating Deceptive Behaviour policy. The app, developed by Jaipur-based OneTouch AppLabs, was downloaded 5 million times since late May.
The app is just 23MB in size and currently has more than 100,000 downloads on the Google Play Store. As for the App Store, it has a size of 83MB. The app allows for video and audio calls and.
The app’s iOS and Android versions are available in India for free at the Apple App Store and at the Android Google Play Store, respectively. To download the app, please click on the link below.
Today, Google announced on its India blog the Play Store will support payments through Unified Payments Interface (UPI). According to Google, UPI will show up as a payment option in the Play.
The reason stems from the growing tension between China and India. A report by TechCrunch suggests that the app was violating Play Store's 'Deceptive Behaviour Policy' that says the apps on the Store cannot make changes to a user’s device settings without their consent. It should not mislead users into removing or disabling third-party apps.
After a record-breaking two weeks, where 'Remove China Apps' got over 10 lakh downloads on Android, Google has now removed the app from its Play Store, citing it for a policy violation. Where the Boycott China movement has been trending online for a few days now, Indian users were obviously furious at Google's suspension of the 'Remove China Apps' app.
After Mitron app, Remove China Apps removed from Google Play Store (Express photo: Sneha Saha) Earlier this week, Remove China Apps was taken down from Google Play Store. This was soon after the so-called India rival for TikTok — Mitron app — has been removed from Play Store. Indianexpress.com was the first to discover the removal of Remove China Apps application from Play Store.
Previously available only in web version, Say Namaste video conference platform developed fully in India is now available on both Google Play store as well as Apple App store. With the app.
The app was released on Play Store on May 17 and has gathered over a million downloads ever since. It claims that it can automatically detect apps that originate from China and offer the user an.
Mitron app — the popular Indian alternative for TikTok — has been removed from Google Play store earlier this week. The app had over 5 million downloads. The app had over 5 million downloads. Google has finally responded on the removal of Mitron app and said, “A number of recent app removals received particular attention in India and we wanted to clarify our actions.
Google Removes 'Anti-India App' From Play Store on Punjab Chief Minister's Demand The 2020 Sikh Referendum app is no longer available via the Google Play Store in India.Google has removed a popular application going by “Remove China Apps” from the Google Play Store after the Android app became one of the most downloaded in India in recent weeks.Google has removed a popular app from its Play store in India that scans users’ smartphones, identifies apps made in China and removes them. The app was removed because it violates Google’s.