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Google removed 600 controversial apps from Play Store

Google has removed about 600 controversial Android apps from its Play Store. The company also removed the developers of apps that enticed users into advertising through clicks.

According to the company, there is a need for our advertising team to focus on one area and to find new ways to detect harmful advertisements appearing outside of the app.

“This type of behavior is against Google’s policies. So Google has removed these apps from AdMob and PlayStar,” the company said in a statement released on Thursday night.

Google continued, “Our investigation is on and we will continue to take action as soon as we come to know about the violation.”


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