UC Browser app removed from Google Play Store

UC Browser app removed from Google Play Store

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UC Browser app removed from Google Play Store

on Mobile App Marketing at Nov 15, 2017 12:16

Google has pulled UC Browser- a well-known mobile web browser of China’s Alibaba Group from its Play Store on November 12. According to them, the app was using unhealthy practices to increase the app installation, so it has been removed temporarily. If the claim is right, it indicates that Google is strictly reviewing each app and is ready to remove them at the earliest to keep the Play Store clean and safe. What do you think about it?

Re: UC Browser app removed from Google Play Store

on Mobile App Marketing at Nov 17, 2017 07:59

At present, there is no evidence to either confirm or deny these suspicions. UCWeb has previously denied any wrongdoing, stating that it “will not do anything to breach the trust of our users” and that it takes “security and privacy very seriously.”
Yes, Google is strictly reviewing each app and is ready to remove them at the earliest to keep the Play Store clean and safe which displays that how safe and secure using play store is.This is a good thing for android users.
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