Google Play Store Now Shows App Download Trends

Ruben Fields
January 22, 2021

Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. "To help further ensure that users are making sound choices, we only allow personal loan apps with full repayment required in greater than or equal to 60 days from the date the loan is issued", Google added. From March 2021, certain "uncertified" Android devices will be blocked from downloading and using the platform which will be a major blow to millions.

From the spring, Google won't allow the app to be used anymore on phones, which it deems to be "uncertified". That means that its phones can not use Google software including the licensed version of Android. The fintech companies also claim that Google is allowing apps that operate with individual lenders or those don't have NBFC backing as per Indian law, while legitimate lenders have been blocked.

The app hibernation feature could be included in Android 12. As spotted by the team at 9to5Google, a beta version of the Messages app is now available to test. An APK teardown has now shown strings that hint that Google Messages will stop working on uncertified Android smartphones by the end of March 2021.

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Google might have chose to make this change because of the end-to-end encryption that has recently been added to the Messages app. This just lends more to the fact that Google is thinking about how to increase install numbers and give a spotlight to apps that deserve it. That means the firm can't guarantee that messages are safe and won't be compromised when being sent across a network.

According to Mashable, the Google app store trends are now being represented by an upward-moving or a downward moving arrow.

Google Messages is Google's default SMS app that come pre-loaded with Pixel and Android One smartphones.

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