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Google gets better at flagging apps trying to fake their way into the Play Store’s top charts

Google gets better at flagging apps trying to fake their way into the Play Store’s top charts

Google today announced it’s rolling out a new detection and filtering system on the Play Store to crack down on those developers who use illegitimate means to boost their apps’ rankings in the store’s top charts.This will affect apps that use methods like fraudulent installs, fake reviews, and incentivized ratings, the company noted.While Google already had technology it used to detect these sorts of manipulation attempts, the new system is a step forward in terms of its accuracy.

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Google is finally tackling spam apps in the Play Store

Google is finally tackling spam apps in the Play Store

In the iOS vs Android war, the quality of the apps is one of the key weapons – and Google has announced that it’s taking extra steps to crack down on developers that resort to using illicit methods to try and improve the popularity of their apps.With thousands of apps being released each day, some developers try to manipulate the Play Store’s content discovery system and improve their apps placement by posting fake reviews, garnering incentivized ratings, or artificially inflated install numbers.These practices violate Google’s developer policy, but in the competitive furnace of the Play Store it’s certainly not uncommon, but helps further the notion that Google’s portal is more of a ‘Wild West’ than Apple’s serene walled garden.

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Google gets better at spotting bogus Play Store app installs

Google gets better at spotting bogus Play Store app installs

It’d bad enough when you download a crummy Android app, but it’s worse when you’re tricked into installing that app thanks to fake installs and other tricks that make it seem more popular than it is.Google wants to fix that: it’s deploying upgraded detection and filtering tech that should do a better job of catching installs meant solely to pump up an app’s placement in the Play Store.Developers won’t immediately get the boot if they’re caught (rookie developer may not fully understand the rules), but those who make a habit of rigging the system could lose their app presence.

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$50 of Google Play Credit for missed delivery window

$50 of Google Play Credit for missed delivery window

Just got an email from google that notified me that I will be receiving $50 of Google Play credit after my Pixel arrives.Now is there anything good to spend this on?

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