Last year, Google launched a series of innovations in its Play Store to add to it real money programs and correct his criticism Commission fees. But, most recently for the company updates its purpose-oriented monitoring is to improve monitoring to prevent users from being deceived by downloading software. As part of the new rules, cited by About, Google will ban harmful content as well as advertising methods that software makes it appear more fun.
For example, new metadata rules restrict words in all words (unless they have a name) and prohibit the use of emoji in app names. In the meantime, developers will be forced to reduce software-type names to 30 characters and will no longer be able to use graphics or scripts to promote placement. Apps that do not comply with upcoming content are not allowed on the Play Store, Google said today. In order to help developers comply with the new rules, the company will be releasing more in the coming months.
In addition, new ideas related to the preview of the program will be implemented in the second half of 2021. This will apply to photographs, photographs, videos, and brief descriptions of program functions. To accommodate these changes, Google is asking developers to consider the accuracy and completeness of the information available to the audience as “free” or “good.” We also ask that the goods be kept there and that they be easily read, so that users can make the necessary decisions to set up the app. Again, programs that do not follow these guidelines will be penalized for not being eligible for promotion and approval.
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