Google has warned the app developers to fix their privacy policies of the app until March 15 else it will vanish these kinds of apps from the play store.
The warning of the app removal has sent to all the app developers of the worldwide that are not following the criteria and are violating the Google’s user data policy and the Google will provide them a chance near 15th of the March.
The app developers need to link their app to the Google and sensitive data regarding the financial problems and payments and somehow personal information will be provided to the search engine and also data belonging to the microphone and camera.
The Google has more than 2,200,200 apps on the play store in past October 2016 but the fact is that quality always the winner of the quantity – the people are working on the fake xanaxlowprice.com reviews to enhance the quality of the apps and the search engine also working to stop the situation.
This time Google is straight forward towards the apps and their developers as play store have many less desirable apps due to lack of measurements but now they need to provide the information when the app access user’s data, camera, phone, microphone and all others.
The data privacy of the user is the important factor for the app as well for the search engine and securing the data of the user is first preference for any app developer and this time Google asked them to add a valid link for the sensitive information.
The people added that it is the perfect idea and right step towards the development of the app store and it is the great way to remove the junk and zombie apps from the play store and it will increase the quality of the search of the store.
Google play store is crowded from the apps and sometimes people select the wrong app for their needs and some apps are considered to be useless and the step from the giant firm will be great and also a step forward towards the customer policy and to increase the standard of the privacy – as Android is the open source and may harm the android user with malicious apps.