Google removes 10 Indian apps including
Google removes 10 Indian apps including

Google has removed the 10 Indian apps including, Bharat Matrimony, Naukri, ALT Balaji, etc. These 10 apps are removed for not compliance with the company policy. Google has informed these Indian app companies that their apps are not in compliance with the Play Store billing policy.

Today I am explaining to you about 10 Indian apps removed from the Play Store. You have to read this post till the end to know more about why these apps are removed from the apps and when they will come.


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List of 10 apps removed by Google from Play Store

  2. ALT Balaji
  3. Bharat Matrimony
  4. Naukri
  5. 99 Acres
  6. Kuku FM
  7. Quack-Quack
  8. Stage
  9. Truly Madly
  10. Stage OTT

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Anupam Mittal, Founder and CEO of People Group and said, “In a blatant violation of the CCI order, Google has delisted some of the most well-known apps in India without any fore-warning. While there was an SC judgment on Feb 9th denying interim relief. the least that was expected from Google was to send a notice to developers. Now they are setting the narrative that they are doing this to be fair to other app developers. Amazing how quickly they went from ‘Don’t be Evil’ to hallucinating like the Gen AI Gemini that they have built. This is indeed a dark day for India’s economy and its future. The govt needs to intervene now and direct CCI to ensure Google is in compliance with their order and immediately restore all apps that were delisted including”

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On the other hand, Google said in a blog post, “Today, we have over 200,000 Indian developers using Google Play who adhere to our policies, helping us ensure we have a safe platform; however, for an extended period of time, 10 companies, including many well-established ones, have chosen to not pay for the immense value they receive on Google Play by securing interim protections from the court. These developers comply with the payment policies of other app stores. […] For years, no court or regulator has denied Google Play’s right to charge for the value and services we provide. On 9 February, the Supreme Court also refused to interfere with our right to do so.”

These apps can be restored from delist once they compile with the Google billing policy.

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