Farewell to intruders … Good news from “Google” for owners of “Android” phones

The American company “Google” has given good news to the owners of “Android” phones by promising to end the intruders.

Google has said that users will not be able to see the apps installed on their phones, as special technology site Ingadget reports that it will impose restrictions on apps on “Android” phones.

Google has amended the Terms of Use for Android, which prevents most apps from viewing all other applications on your phone or tablet, in order to limit requests for permission to view apps on phones.

These rules apply to applications installed on the device, the operating system “Android 11” and the latest.

The “Google Play” store will consider trying to find the device’s stock of installed apps as “sensitive, confidential personal information”.

Google will only exclude applications that require anti-virus programs, file managers, browsers or other applications installed on the device, such as search applications on the device, which require their own functionality.

This new policy will prevent Google from using user data for malicious purposes, such as spying or intruding on users for advertising purposes.

This policy will be fully implemented for all Android phone users from May 5, 2021.

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Farewell to intruders … Good news from “Google” for owners of “Android” phones


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The American company “Google” has given good news to the owners of “Android” phones by promising to end the intruders.

Google has said that users will not be able to see the apps installed on their phones, as special technology site Ingadget reports that it will impose restrictions on apps on “Android” phones.

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Google has amended the Terms of Use for Android, which prevents most apps from viewing all other applications on your phone or tablet, in order to limit requests for permission to view apps on phones.

These rules apply to applications installed on the device, the operating system “Android 11” and the latest.

The “Google Play” store will consider trying to find the device’s stock of installed apps as “sensitive, confidential personal information”.

Google will only exclude applications that require anti-virus programs, file managers, browsers or other applications installed on the device, such as search applications on the device, which require their own functionality.

This new policy will prevent Google from using user data for malicious purposes, such as spying or intruding on users for advertising purposes.

This policy will be fully implemented for all Android phone users from May 5, 2021.

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The American company “Google” has given good news to the owners of “Android” phones by promising to end the intruders.

Google has said that users will not be able to see the apps that are installed on their phones, as special technology site Ingadget reports that it will impose restrictions on apps on “Android” phones.

Google has amended the Terms of Use for Android, which prevents most apps from viewing all other applications on your phone or tablet, in order to limit requests for permission to view apps on phones.

These rules apply to applications installed on the device, the operating system “Android 11” and the latest.

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The “Google Play” store will consider trying to find the device’s stock of installed apps as “sensitive, confidential personal information”.

Google will only exclude applications that require anti-virus programs, file managers, browsers or other applications installed on the device, such as search applications on the device, which require their own functionality.

This new policy will prevent Google from using user data for malicious purposes, such as spying or intruding on users for advertising purposes.

This policy will be fully implemented for all Android phone users from May 5, 2021.

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