Uc Browser Removed From Playstore…!
As all of you know about U C Browser, the world’s fastest and heavy downloaded mobile web browsing application from the Play Store. Like all, we are using this around the world, but no one knows the regards of UC Browser.
Did you know?
UC Browser can leak your mobile information, and it is installing its application which is against the policy of Play Store. Therefore here I am going to tell a shocking news about the UC Browser.
” UC Browser has been removed from Play Store as it is using some policies which are against the Play Store policies”.
So, here is the complete details about it.
UC Browser got more than around 500 million downloads last month and had over hundred million users. You now can’t see this application in Google play store. The Alibaba was the owner of UC news had been reported of sending user data from the UC Browser app in China. Even though UC Browser app has been removed from Play Store but this app still available in Apple app store.
An application was filled by Central Government regarding this news. The UC Browser still can access crucial user data even after uninstallation from the smartphones.
The company owner Alibaba has not released any official statement on the removal of this app on Google Play Store. After downloading the UC Browser, it used to download all other files of UC by Miss leading and anal the method of promotion to increase installs.
The app that appears to be temporary and UC Browser should be back in the store after 30 days. Apps Play Store the Google is taking a strict action on apps using fake tricks to increase install base or spread ad Malware to steal user information.
Data provided by research firm start counter shows UC Browser as the most popular mobile browser in India, shows UC Browser as the most popular mobile browser in India, surpassing
Google Chrome has nearly 50% market share. The browser even had domination with 60% share on the Indian market at the initial stage but eventually lost some of them with 60% share on the Indian market at the initial stage but finally lost some of its ground to Chrome.