Android apps of Play Store share their users data with Google

90 percent of the apps on Google Play Store share Android data with Google. These apps share the data of users with Google’s parent company, Alphabet, but Android users do not even hear the news of their ears and ears. This has been claimed in a report. Clearly, all these apps on the Play Store cheat with the users.

The Financial Times report reveals that 90% of the apps on Google Play Store share data from users with Google’s parent company Alphabet, without permission for users. It is reported in this report that 43% of the apps on the Play Store share the data of Android users on the social media site Facebook.

 

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Not only this, Google and Facebook also share these data with users of e-commerce companies. According to the report, many apps on Google Play Store share users’ data with Amazon, Twitter, Verizon and Microsoft. However, Google has called this report a liar. The company says that the claim on the Play Store on the website is false.

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