Google Play, the official Android app store, is equipped with the best apps and news launches in the future, such as automatic video playback. However, not all apps exceed the company's Mountain View limit, and Google has now withdrawn an app called "WhatsAppGap" from the Play Store, but not for the reason you think. No, it has nothing to do with his name WhatsApp.
Google, a search engine giant, removed it from your WhatsApp Web store, as they reported from ZDNet. It is a popular app used identify retailers that support Hong Kong democracy. Big G confirmed that the removal of this app from its store has nothing to do with the name, the memory, and more, of the popular Facebook messaging application. The reason for this decision is that in that application "sensitive content" has been published.
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"We have a policy of that prohibits applications that are not sensitive or use the possibility of conflict or major disasters continue. After careful review, we found that the app had violated that specific policy and suspended it, as we have done in similar efforts to take advantage of other high-profile events, such as earthquakes, conflicts, suicides and conflicts“A Google spokesperson said from the same source.
WhatsAppG has been removed because it has published "sensitive content", according to Google
Of course, without being removed from the app store, WhatsAppG can also be restored on Android. With this decision, Google joins other companies such as Apple, Blizzard and National Basketball Association (NBA) breaking the increasing pressure from China.
For example, Blizzard won prize money in a well-known tournament and established Chung “Blitzchung” Ng Wai, Hearing, after voicing support for Hong Kong. In the meantime, WhatsGap is no longer available in the Play Store and it looks like Google will continue to monitor these types of applications in the future.
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