Google threatens to fire popular Android app
Google is threatening to get rid of the “Total Commander” Android file supervisor from its Play Shop. The reason given by Google is that you can configure the APK using “Full Commander”. The sole intention of eradicating this attribute is to prevent it from currently being removed from the Play Retail store.
As today the developer Christian Ghisler release, was contacted by Google and therefore obtained two warnings. According to Google, the “Whole Commander” violates the recommendations of the Enjoy Store.
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Immediately after a warning from Google: “Whole Commander” will be changed
The Play Retailer plan states: “An app downloaded from the Participate in Store simply cannot be edited, changed or updated without using the Engage in Keep update mechanism.“
Considering that Ghisler couldn’t get his hands on any real staff at Google and only bought common answers over and over again, he’s now disabled the criticized attribute. That said, this only applies to the “Full Commander” version downloadable from Google Play Retailer. Independent store versions of the app continue to use full functionality.
The initial of this post first appeared on Schmidt’s site.
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