Google removes 22 apps from the Play Store

Google has removed many apps from the Play Store. Google has removed 22 dangerous viruses from the Play Store. These apps were installed more than 20 million times. Users of these apps were coming into the grip of a virus. According to Ars Technica’s report, more than 20 million users downloaded these apps removed from the Play Store have downloaded it. These apps were used to make click of users on fraudulent ads.

Apart from this, these apps were also consolidating the battery and data of Android users. Google has removed all these apps from its Play Store in November last month. These apps include Sparkle FlashLight, Snake Attack, Math Solver, ShapeSorter, Tak A Trip, Magnifeye, Join Up, Zombie Killer, Space Rocket, Neon Pong, Just Flashlight, Table Soccer, Cliff Diver, Box Stack, Jelly Slice, AK Blackjack, Color Tiles, Animal Match, Roulette Mania, HexaFall, HexaBlocks and PairZap.

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Although this is not the first time the virus app has been removed from the Play Store. Earlier even Google has removed many dangerous apps on Play Store. Earlier even Google had removed 13 viruses from the Play Store. These apps had downloaded 5,600,000 users.

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