Google has published new and updated policies for the Play Store that will prohibit misleading titles on apps or those that promote "sugar dating."
Google faces a new lawsuit in the UK over "excessive and unlawful" Play Store charges. The new legal action seeks up to £920 million ($1.3 billion) in damages from the search giant.
Google has shared more details about the Play Store's new safety section, which is aimed at helping users better understand an app's security practices before downloading it.
Wear OS is getting a redesigned Play Store and Google is rolling out with cross-device app installs in the coming weeks.
Android developers will soon be able to request an extension to comply with the Play Payments policy, giving them until March 31, 2022.
Some Wear OS owners are noticing that the Play Store app is getting redesigned on their watches and looks a lot like the upcoming platform update.
Google faces a new antitrust lawsuit over its abuse of the Play Store and the company's anticompetitive behavior against third-party app stores.
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