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Fortnite Gets Kicked Off Of Apple Store And Google Play Store

After Epic Games snuck in an update to get around the App stores’ fees, the Apple App Store removed Fortnite from the platform. Google soon followed its footsteps.

Epic Games introduced an update to directly pay Epic for in-app purchases instead of using the officially sanctioned versions for both the iPhone and Android versions. As a reaction to this brutal decision, Apple decided to kick off Fortnite and sue Epic, to which Epic reacted by making a parody of Apple’s 1984 commercial in the game itself. Read More

Netflix Reaches One Billion Installs Milestone On The Google Play Store

With a large part of the world’s population stuck indoors due to the coronavirus pandemic, video streaming platforms have witnessed a notable uptake in usage, especially Netflix. The Netflix app for Android has now attained an extraordinary 1 billion installs milestone on the Google Play Store, making it the most sought-after streaming service after YouTube. Read More

Google Play Store Eliminates 29 Adware Filled Apps

Google keeps eliminating apps from the Play Store that do not adhere to the guidelines. Some of these apps were removed due to orders by the Indian Government while others were banned worldwide as they failed to meet Google’s directives. The tech goliath has now removed 29 more apps consisting of adware that was identified by White Ops’ Satori threat intelligence team as a part of their “CHARTREUSEBLUR” investigation. Read More

Mitron App May Soon Make Its Come Back On Google Play Store

Mitron-Google-Play-StoreEarlier, Mitron App was removed from Google Play Store for violating its terms and conditions in accordance with user privacy breach. The App which is an Indian alternative for TikTok gained immense popularity overnight and had over 5 million downloads in a short span of time. It was stated earlier that the reason behind the application being taken down was the privacy policy. Users could not find a way around deleting their account. All they could do is either log out or uninstall the Application. Read More

Google Removes MobiKwik From Google Play Store, Puts It Back Again

MobiKwik-Removed-From-Google-Play-StoreAs per recent news, Google has removed MobiKwik from Google Play Store. This is because MobiKwik had violated the Ad policy of Google Play Store. Bipin Preet Singh who is the CEO and Co-Founder of the MobiKwik App stated that the reason behind this was because the application has the link to Aarogya Setu App. The Co-Founder in an interview also stated that they had received a warning from Google for promoting Aarogya Setu but when confronted by MobiKwik, Google stated it to be a mistake. Read More

Fortnite Arrives On Google Play Store

Previously only being available for download outside the Google Play Store, Fortnite has now been made available for global download via the Play Store officially. Fortnite is one of the most popular games in today’s time and people are unable to quit playing it. Epic Games did not want to be on the Play Store as Google charged high fees, but apparently they have changed their mind as it gives them more discovery if they decide to be on the Play Store. Read More

Google Play Store Gets Dark Mode

 

Google has finally added the dark mode to Play Store after its long anticipation from the android crowd. It’s also not surprising as Google has recently added dark mode to the Google App on Android as well. As we always say, there is a new “Wave of dark mode” which is going around now. Mostly for Android, many including giants like Google and Facebook are adding the dark mode to their respective apps.  Read More

Google Play Store’s New Design Has Started Rolling Out On Android And Chrome OS

Google has completely redesigned the Play Store from ground up and has made it more easier to search for Apps and navigate the Store. The overall design is much cleaner now compared to the previous version. The new design was previously available only to select users and now with the official release, it will serve two billion people using the Play Store worldwide. Read More