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|Technology - Gadgets|
|Thursday, 02 August 2012 00:00|
Well done, Google ! I have long defended tooth and nail this kind of decision to put more control over the applications that are uploaded to an official store, and it seems that Google has now come to its senses, taking a decision entirely in favor of improving the user experience .
And is that the permissiveness of the Android store that gave rise to applications that did not provide any value to users and all they did was disturbing in many cases saw the light in the store pages that users visit, leading to discharge. Applications solely dedicated to spam, or WebViews pointing to external sites are now banned under the new conditions of publication of the store. In fact, it has sent an email to developers, warning of changing conditions and asking them to bring their creations to the same within a maximum period of 30 calendar days. The new conditions are subject to the prohibitions include applications such as:
No doubt a big change that will drive application quality rather than quantity of them. Nothing good is to have 600,000 applications that features 90 half. Very good move, Google.